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Angle measures 
20120321 

From jogiboy: how can i get the sine theta if the given is 3.14/3 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A quadrilateral with 4 known sides and 1 known angle 
20100319 

From samuel: Name: Samuel
Status: Student
I have a quadrilateral with 4 known sides and 1 known angle, and I'm trying to evaluate the other angles of my quadrilateral.
By the law of cosines, I can easily find my opposite angle (using the diagonal as a basis for the equation).
However, to find the two remaining angles, I have found no other way so far than to use the other diagonal, which can be found with the equation attached (from geometry atlas).
Is there any simpler way? Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston. 





Polygons, diagonals and the sum of the measures of the angles 
20091218 

From jason: find the set of polygons in which the number of diagonals is greater than the sum of the measures of the angles Answered by Robert Dawson. 


