Law of Sines: Ambiguous Case (SSA)
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Ambiguous Case

Given: A = 44°, a = 15, and b = 11
Problem: Calculate the height of the triangle (to the nearest tenth). Then, determine the number of possible triangles by comparing the h, a, and b-values.

height = Make a selection.
0 triangle
1 triangle
2 triangles