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 A triangular garden 2020-05-24 From yoonji:the 3 sides of a triangular garden measure 200 ft., 250 ft., and 300 ft., respectively. the garden is to be divided by a line bisecting the longest side and drawn from the opposite vertex. what is the length of the bisecting line?Answered by Penny Nom. An angle i a triangle 2020-05-16 From Ogunjobi:Two goal post are 8m apart a footballer is 34 m from one post and 38m from the other within what angle must he kick the ball if he is to scoreAnswered by Penny Nom. A footballer angle 2018-02-14 From Kim:Two goal posts are 8m apart. A footballer is 34m from one post and 38m from the other. Within what angle must he kick the ball if he is to score a goal.Answered by Penny Nom. How far apart are the boats? 2016-12-13 From Halley:Two boats leave port at the same time. Boat A travels east at a speed of 12 km/hr. Boat B travels southwest at a speed of 14 km/hr. After two hours, how far apart are the boats? North is 0 degrees. How do I figure this out. ThanksAnswered by Penny Nom. Two airplanes 2015-04-14 From john:two planes leave an airport at the same time, one going northwest (N35*W)at 400 mph and the other going east at 332 mph. How far apart are the planes after 4 hours to the nearest mile?Answered by Penny Nom. A triangular chicken pen 2014-04-27 From Cierra:Margaret has two lengths of fence, 20 meters and 24 meters, for two sides of a triangular chicken pen. The third side will be on the north side of the barn. One fence length makes a 75° angle with the barn. How many different pens can she build if one fence is attached at the corner of the barn? What are all the possible lengths for the barn side of the pen? Not sure what they are asking here... please show step by step what to do! Thank you so much!Answered by Penny Nom. The sides of a triangle 2014-04-06 From Michael:I am supposed to sove for the length of side "b" of an irregular triangle. I am given the following: Side a: 65' Side b: Find this length Side c: 50' Angle A: unknown Angle B: unknown Angle C: 52 degrees I am supposed to use the law of cosines to solve for side "b" and my teacher says there is no mistake in the "givens" for the problem. I do not see how this can be done using the law of cosines and i have not figured out how to sove for angle B to use the law of cosines.Answered by Penny Nom. A triangle problem 2013-10-02 From raneem:ABC is a triangle in which : BC=20cm. M(

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