Area and two angles

Calculate the size of all sides and internal angles of a triangle ABC, if it is given by area S = 501.9; and two internal angles α = 15°28' and β = 45°.

Result

C =  119.533 °
a =  20.859
b =  55.309
c =  68.056

Solution:

A=15+2860=2321515.4667  B=45  C=180AB=18015.466745=179315119.5333119.53311932A=15+\dfrac{ 28 }{ 60 }=\dfrac{ 232 }{ 15 } \doteq 15.4667 \ ^\circ \ \\ B=45 \ ^\circ \ \\ C=180-A-B=180-15.4667-45=\dfrac{ 1793 }{ 15 } \doteq 119.5333 \doteq 119.533 ^\circ \doteq 119^\circ 32'

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S=501.9 a=k u b=k v c=k w  w=1 u:w=sinA:sinC u=w sin(A)/sin(C)=1 sin(15.4667)/sin(119.5333)0.3065  v:w=sinB:sinC v=w sin(B)/sin(C)=1 sin(45)/sin(119.5333)0.8127  s=(u+v+w)/2=(0.3065+0.8127+1)/2=1.0596 T=s (su) (sv) (sw)=1.0596 (1.05960.3065) (1.05960.8127) (1.05961)0.1084 k=S/T=501.9/0.108468.0562 a=k u=68.0562 0.306520.859320.859S=501.9 \ \\ a=k \cdot \ u \ \\ b=k \cdot \ v \ \\ c=k \cdot \ w \ \\ \ \\ w=1 \ \\ u:w=\sin A: \sin C \ \\ u=w \cdot \ \sin(A) / \sin(C)=1 \cdot \ \sin(15.4667^\circ ) / \sin(119.5333^\circ ) \doteq 0.3065 \ \\ \ \\ v:w=\sin B: \sin C \ \\ v=w \cdot \ \sin(B) / \sin(C)=1 \cdot \ \sin(45^\circ ) / \sin(119.5333^\circ ) \doteq 0.8127 \ \\ \ \\ s=(u+v+w)/2=(0.3065+0.8127+1)/2=1.0596 \ \\ T=\sqrt{ s \cdot \ (s-u) \cdot \ (s-v) \cdot \ (s-w) }=\sqrt{ 1.0596 \cdot \ (1.0596-0.3065) \cdot \ (1.0596-0.8127) \cdot \ (1.0596-1) } \doteq 0.1084 \ \\ k=\sqrt{ S/T }=\sqrt{ 501.9/0.1084 } \doteq 68.0562 \ \\ a=k \cdot \ u=68.0562 \cdot \ 0.3065 \doteq 20.8593 \doteq 20.859
b=k v=68.0562 0.812755.309255.309b=k \cdot \ v=68.0562 \cdot \ 0.8127 \doteq 55.3092 \doteq 55.309
c=k w=68.0562 168.056268.056c=k \cdot \ w=68.0562 \cdot \ 1 \doteq 68.0562 \doteq 68.056



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