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jacks
2013-01-18 17:40:54

Thanks Bobbundy Got it

bob bundy
2013-01-07 19:14:17

hi jacks

Where da,db;bc are derivates of a,b and c

'da' is only part of the correct calculus notation here.  What are you differentiating with respect to?

The following may help.  R is the radius of the circumcircle.

Sine rule.



so, for example:



Bob

jacks
2013-01-06 20:02:49

If the Sides

and Opposites angles of
are varing such a way that Circum-Radius Remain Constant.

Then the value of


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(1) 0                (2) a+b+c                      (c) a sin(A)+b sin(B) +c sin(C)                    (d) None of these


Where da,db;bc are derivates of a,b and c

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