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Understanding 2

When we are asked for one of the trigo properties of triangles, we name this...

\( \frac {a}{sinA} = \frac {b}{sinB} = \frac {c}{sinC}\)

Why does it work?

Bonus: \( \frac {a}{sinA} =2R \)... why?

Again, try not to use other resources.

Note by Aloysius Ng
1 year, 11 months ago

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