in each triangle ABC, find the measurements for angle B and angle C that satisfy the given conditions. Draw diagrams to help you decide if two triangles are possible.

1.) m<A=62, a=30, and b=32 2.) m<A=16, a=12, and b=37.5

3.) m<A=48, a=93, and b=125 4.) m<A=112, a=16.5, and b=5.4

5.) m<A=23.68, a=9.8, and b=17 6.) m<A=115, a=12.5, and b=8.4

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Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 05/21/2015 06:03 pm |

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