Scalene triangle

Solve the triangle:

A = 50°, b = 13, c = 6

Correct answer:

a =  10.23

Step-by-step explanation:

A=50 ° b=13 c=6  a2=b2+c22 b c cosA  a=b2+c22 b c cosA°=b2+c22 b c cos50° =132+622 13 6 cos50° =132+622 13 6 0.642788=10.23=10.23

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