When explaining to a blind person with impeccable Math
skills your solution to triangle ABC given the following information Angle C =
23 degrees; Side c = 9 units, and Side a
= 17 units:
(NOTE: In your notes, Angle C is given at 23 degrees, so
why solve for Angle C which yields 46.9 degrees? It should be Angle A. Make
necessary corrections in labels in your solution.)
Even if the other person has impeccable Math skills, he
would need a calculator to solve for the value of Sine theta. So, I recommend that you explain how you
solve the problem.
YOU to the blind person:
"Given a triangle ABC, sides a and c measures 9 and 17 units,
respectively, and angle C measures 23 degrees.
Using the Law of Sines, Angle A is solved by dividing the product of Sine
C and side a by side c. To find Angle B,
I subtracted the sum of angles A and C from 180 degrees. The only missing is side b, and it is solved
by dividing the product of side c and Sin B by Sin C."