WX = 8 mm
To be able to solve for WX, we need to first find the size of angle .
We use the law of sines in the blue triangle to do such:
Now we can use this value in the larger right angle triangle where WX is the opposite side to angle , and the 20 mm side is the hypotenuse:
which rounded to the nearest integer gives
WX = 8 mm
m∠x = 30°
In a right triangle, if the short side of the right angle is Half the length of the hypotenuse, the triangle has angles of 30°, 60° and 90°
∠x is the smallest one, so m∠x = 30°
It is possible to figure the sine and get the angle from that, but in this case it might not be necessary. ;-)
104 are your answer and decimal intergers 31 mm are not don't this answer
so divide the triangle in two from x to wy
and you get to triangles
then using the first right angled triangle you can apply tan=opposite/adjacent
to get height as 7.56 then apply 1/2bh to get first area as 58.59
first add all angles and subtract from 180=24
then use tan to get the height as 6.9
then apply 1/2bh to get second area as 53.48
then add the two areas to get total
(after getting first one don't multiply by two)
According to cosine formula:
Using cosine formula in triangle STU, we get
Taking square root on both sides.
Therefore, the value of t is 12.6 units.
This is right triangle with equal legs of √31
Since two sides are equal and the angle between them is 90°, other angles are equal and their value is:(180°- 90°)/2= 45°
Answer is m∠V= 45°
From the given right angled triangle, ∆ABC,
Thus, m<C can be found by applying the following trigonometric ratio formula as shown below:
Evaluate: √11 cancels √11
Approximately 13.9 units.
First, note that ΔTVW is a right triangle.
Since we are given that ∠UTV is 112°, this means that ∠WTV is 68° because 180-112 is 68°.
Now that we know ∠WTV is 68°, we can use the basic trigonometric ratios to solve for VW. VW is the side opposite ∠WTV. We also know the hypotenuse. So, we would use sine. Recall that:
Plug in 68° for theta, VW for the opposite, and 15 for the hypotenuse:
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fge or fgc
I think that because its kinda like the same