Trigonometry

Guys I'm sooo confused with this one Question 😐. Triangle PQR is such that PQ = 10cm, QR = 8cm and the angle PRQ=64°.
Angle QPR =Ɓ°
Show that there is only one possible value of Ɓ.
I'll really appreciate if someone can solve it for me😇
Original post by MGhumm0128
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I'll really appreciate if someone can solve it for me😇

No one will solve it for you, until you did not try it by your own first and tell us what you have done. You have the length of two sides and know the value of a angle. Try to determine the one missing side and the two angles and maybe you get the answer to your question.
Original post by Kallisto
No one will solve it for you, until you did not try it by your own first and tell us what you have done. You have the length of two sides and know the value of a angle. Try to determine the one missing side and the two angles and maybe you get the answer to your question.

I did try but I wasn't sure if it was right but I think so I've got the answer thanks✨️✨️
Original post by MGhumm0128
I did try but I wasn't sure if it was right but I think so I've got the answer thanks✨️✨️

Yeah, whatever I did to help you. Loooks like that my clue to calculate the missing sizes and the missing angle was the right approach.