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1. (1 point) Consider the triangle below. Click on the picture to see it more clearly.
In questions 1, 2 and 3 below, you are given 2 sides of a triangle and an angle opposite one of the sides. This is the so called"ambigous" case since it can give 0 triangles, 1 triangle or 2 triangles. In each case determine the number of triangles possible with the given parts. (enter 0, 1 or 2) 1. a= 4.1, b =16, A = 36° number of possible triangles: 0 2. a = 18.4, b= 16, A = 45° number of possible triangles: 3. a = 24.2, b = 28, A = 32° number of possible triangles:2