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Use the law of sine to solve for either other side, using the 110^{o} and the side of 50 m. For example: (sin 110)/50=(sin 40)/c Once you know the length of the sides of a right triangle, you can now use the appropriate primary trig function  sine, cosine or tangent. Hope this helps, Janice  


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