Solving the triangles: a=3, b=2, angle A=40° Please solve step by step

Solving the triangles: a=3, b=2, angle A=40° Please solve step by step

how to find the value of x in a triangle

If the angular bisector of an triangle bisects the opposite side, prove that the other two sides are equal.

This is a question from triangles topic

What would the area of the triangle be if angle A is 137 degrees, side b is 628.3 m and side c is 843.1 m?

Has to do with trig and sin cos and tan. I dont know how to draw the triangle or answer the question

A hotel is 789 feet high. A 6ft tall man is standing on the roof and looking down at an island. If he is looking down at an angle of depression of 4 degrees, how far is the island from the hotel?...

Ok so on a math work sheet we had a problem where there was two side lengths of a triangle, 63 and 91. The third side was only described as being traveled across by a plane with an average of 300mph...

Mount Mayon is an active volcano on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. At an unknown distance from the volcano, the angle of elevation to the peak of the volcano is approximately 26.22◦. Exactly...

Geometry

what is the area of the metal triangle

The base of a triangle exceeds the height by 8 feet. If the area is 280 square feet, find the length of the base and the height of the triangle.

An equilateral triangle is inscribed in the unit circle. find the exact perimeter of the equilateral triangle.

a ship is on a bearing 47 degrees east of north. a) how far has the ship sailed if it is 185 km north of its original position b) how Far East of its original position is the ship?...

The answer is 2:7

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Posted a question earlier then found the original question which apparently had more info, nned help solving. Heres the question: The 180lb. man climbs up the ladder and stops at the position shown...

Two right triangles are similar. The legs of the smaller triangle have lengths of 3 and 4. The scale factor is 1:3. Find the length of the hypotenuse of the larger triangle.

There are two Equilateral Triangles ABC and ADE where vertex A is common. Prove that the midpoints of DE, EC, CB and BD form a rhombus.

Given are the vertices (corners) of triangles. Use the distance formulas to determine if each triangle is a right triangle. a. (-2,5), (0, -1), (12, 3) b. (2, 3), (-2, -3), (-6, 1) c...