# Answer to Question #29774 in Trigonometry for jamie

Question #29774

Use the Law of Sines to find the length of side b in the following triangle.

Hint: (sin(A)/a)=(sin(B)/b)

B

c a

A C

b

If m<A = 47 degrees

m<B = 53 degrees

Length of side a = 7 feet

Hint: (sin(A)/a)=(sin(B)/b)

B

c a

A C

b

If m<A = 47 degrees

m<B = 53 degrees

Length of side a = 7 feet

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