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# How do I solve for x? I tried using law of sines and law of cosines but the angles and sides don't match up.

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Brittneyy

Law cosines: $y^{2} =$ 16 + 256 - 128$\sqrt{3} ;$ => y ≈ 16.51; Law sines: 16/sinx = 16.51/sin30 => sinx = 0.48 => x ≈ 29 degrees;

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