# SOLUTION: Find the smallest angle in the triangle whose sides have length 35.6cm, 58.43cm,and 52.23.

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 Question 97377: Find the smallest angle in the triangle whose sides have length 35.6cm, 58.43cm,and 52.23.Answer by stanbon(57387)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Find the smallest angle in the triangle whose sides have length 35.6cm, 58.43cm,and 52.23. ----------- The smallest angle is the angle opposite the smallest side. Let a= 35.6 Use the Law of cosines to find angle A: cosA = [b^2 + c^2-a^2]/[2bc] cosA = [4874.6778]/6103.5978 =0.798656458... A = cos^-1(0.798656458) = 36.998.. degrees =========== Cheers, Stan H.