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    This isn't the main Question, but i couldnt find the angles, so could you please help?

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    I did find a few more, but....
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    Please move this thread to Maths, I accidently put it in Alevels
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    (Original post by Dexter212)
    Please move this thread to Maths, I accidently put it in Alevels
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    Please help me find the rest of the angles
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    Still doesn't seem to be working
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Moved, however you attachment is not showing.
    Does it show now?
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    You have OA=OC=OB=50 by the looks of it, and now you can use the cosine rule to work out the two missing lengths, then use the sine rule to find the missing angles.
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    Showing now, but what is the relevance of the weight? It doesn't look like you can trig/geometry any more angles or lengths from what's currently shown. EDIT: derp, didn't see that OC had a length. You can trig both triangles as RDK suggested.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    You have OA=OC=OB=50 by the looks of it, and now you can use the cosine rule to work out the two missing lengths, then use the sine rule to find the missing angles.
    ....K, ill try that. Thank you.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    You have OA=OC=OB=50 by the looks of it, and now you can use the cosine rule to work out the two missing lengths, then use the sine rule to find the missing angles.
    TY very much
 
 
 
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