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Problem 10

Give another proof of Theorem 5.2.5 by showing thatis a one-to-one correspondence from (0, 1) onto

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Homework 3.1 and 3.2 Non right triangles require a different method The law of sines: sinα sinβ sinγ = = a b c Five types of problems ASA AAS ASS SAS SSS AAS (angle angle side) α = 37 β = 87 a = 17 All angles still add up to 180 α = 37 o a =17 o 17sin87 β = 87 b = sin37 = 28.2 17sin56 γ = 56 o c = =23.4 sin37 If sin > 1 there is no triangle In an ASS (angle side side) problem there can be two triangles (if the angle measurement of triangle 2 is > 180 there is only one triangle) γ = 33 c = 37 a = 44 This problem has 2 triangles sin33∗44 o

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