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AAS [#permalink]  16 May 2010, 23:39
Is it possible to get the question in GMAT in which two angles and one side is given and you are required to find the side opposite to one of the angle?

I mean using the AAS ( sine ) property?

Does GMAT cover Side/Sin(angle) property also?

a/sin A = c/sin C
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Re: AAS [#permalink]  17 May 2010, 09:50
gmat's geometry does not cover trig so you dont need to use Sin/Cos for anything. But yeah there will be questions for you to figure out triangle sides with angles know - those usually falls into some triangle type (equilateral, isoceles etc.) than hard trig
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Re: AAS [#permalink]  17 May 2010, 09:56
infact using these formulas will be time consuming ...usually triangles on gmat questions are 30-60-90 or 45-45-90 ....or they use a +b > c ...all these formulas are given in OG ...so the formulas tested are pretty basic
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