# SOLUTION: I have right triangle. Other angles are 38 and 52. The longest side is 4.25 inches. What length should the other two sides be?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Geometry Word Problems Question 636631: I have right triangle. Other angles are 38 and 52. The longest side is 4.25 inches. What length should the other two sides be?Answer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I have right triangle. Other angles are 38 and 52. The longest side is 4.25 inches. What length should the other two sides be? ----- 3rd angle = (180)-(38+52) = 90 degrees ------ So the hypotenuse = 4.25 ------- Draw the picture. Side opposite the 38 degree angle = 4.25*sin(38) = 2.62 ---- Side opposite the 52 degree angle = 4.25sin(52) = 3.35 ============================ Cheers, Stan H. =========