1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Well, here is the problem. Assuming that the shape is a triangle, find the lengths of all sides, given one angle is 51.168821565 degrees using the law of sine. sin(51.168821565) = 0.785398161... 3. The attempt at a solution I basically tried using the theorems, such as that all angles will add up to 180 degrees and A+B > C always. I tried to find the lengths, but couldn't. Help would be appreciated. EDIT: I tried this: d = opposite h = hypotnues sin 51.168821565 = d / h d / h = 0.785398161 Does this mean there are infinite numbers that can fit side lengths?