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Hey,
If I wanted to make up problems that are solved using the law of cosines, shouldn't it work out even if I arbitrarily choose side a, b, and θ? After all, any two sides and an angle between them form a triangle. Correct?
If I wanted to make up problems that are solved using the law of cosines, shouldn't it work out even if I arbitrarily choose side a, b, and θ? After all, any two sides and an angle between them form a triangle. Correct?