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We can use the

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Given triangle

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Then the law of cosines says 100 = 25 + 36 – 60

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The Law of Cosines (also called the

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However, angles of 30°, 45° and 60° have exact values of sine,

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In right triangle ∆

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The matrix

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c<sup>2</sup> = a<sup>2</sup> + b<sup>2</sup> - 2ab

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c<sup>2</sup> = a<sup>2</sup> + b<sup>2</sup> − 2ab

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