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Can you solve it from here? You just need to take the square root of both sides and simplify. Stephen La Rocque.> PS: Technically, you should make the proviso that sin(C) cannot equal zero. Can you see that if sin(C) equals 0, then what I've done is to divide by zero? That's something that is disallowed, so to prevent it, we just state that sin(C) is not equal to zero. Of course, if you know that A is nonzero, then sin(C) can't be zero anyway!  


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