Draw triangle GHI. label both angles H & I as 84 degrees.
Therefore this is an isosceles triangle.
Angle G must be 16 degrees so that the totality of the triangles three angles is 180 degrees.
Both sides i and h are 94" long.
You can use the Law of Sines to compute the length of side HI (which could be labeled g).
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