Solve the right triangle, Mathematics

1. Solve the right triangle.

B = 135     c = 3.72

A  ≈ ____°    (round to the nearest tenth as needed)

2.  Solve the right triangle, where  a =4 and b =10

The length of c is approximately _______. (round to the nearest tenth)

The measure of angle α is approximately  ______°   (round to the nearest tenth)

The measure of angle β is approximately  _____°   (round to the nearest tenth)

 

 

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