MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Can you please explain the correct answer

Accepted Solution

A:

For this case we have as data:

1) hypotenuse of the triangle

2) Angle between the base of the triangle and the hypotenuse.

Therefore, we can use the following trigonometric relationship:

[tex]sine (40) = AC / 10 [/tex]

From here, we clear the value of AC.

We have then:

[tex]AC = 10 * sine (40) [/tex]

Answer:

The encuacion that can be used to find the length of AC is given by:

[tex]AC = 10 * sine (40) [/tex]

option 1

1) hypotenuse of the triangle

2) Angle between the base of the triangle and the hypotenuse.

Therefore, we can use the following trigonometric relationship:

[tex]sine (40) = AC / 10 [/tex]

From here, we clear the value of AC.

We have then:

[tex]AC = 10 * sine (40) [/tex]

Answer:

The encuacion that can be used to find the length of AC is given by:

[tex]AC = 10 * sine (40) [/tex]

option 1