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# In a t a=5 b=7 and sinA =3/4 then the number of possible triangles are

2 years ago

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Sai Soumya
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dear student ,
it is given that a=5 , b=7 and sin A =3/4
as we know that , sin A / a=sin B/b
=>3/4/5=sin B/7
on solving we will get sin B=21/2o , which is not possible because its value if more than 1
2 years ago
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