How long is side "c" ... ?
We know angle C = 37º, and sides a = 8 and b = 11
Use the law of cosines.... Thats what they told me as a hint
Use the Law of Cosines
c^2 = 11^2 + 8^2 - 2(11)(8)cos (37°)
c^2 = 121 + 64 - 176cos(37°)
c^2 ≈ 44.44
The square root of 44.44 will give you your answer, CD
CuteDramione you probably havent learned the laws yet.
law of cosines:
c^2 = a^2 + b^2 - (2ab)C
where a b c are sides and C is angle
I klnow the law of sins, and cosines, just realllllyyyy shaky... I plug in the wrong numbers alot