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    part c)

    How did they find the angles? I tried trigonometry but got theta = 0 degrees
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    part c)

    How did they find the angles? I tried trigonometry but got theta = 0 degrees
    Why not use the sketch?
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    Why not use the sketch?
    How do you determine the angle from the sketch?
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    The page isn't loading for me; not sure if that is a problem specific to me.
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    The page isn't loading for me; not sure if that is a problem specific to me.
    Me neither. It was working earlier though..
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    How did you find the angles for a) and b)?

    And can't you use a similar process?

    And yeah, page not working.
 
 
 
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