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# Problem 43601. Find the sines of an isosceles triangle when given its area and height

Solution 3248963

Submitted on 17 Oct 2020 by Dyuman Joshi
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
A = 12; h = 4; y_correct = [0.8, 0.8, 0.96]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

2   Pass
A = 48; h = 8; y_correct = [0.8, 0.8, 0.96]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

3   Pass
A = 40; h = 10; y_correct = [0.9285, 0.9285, 0.6897]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

4   Pass
A = 11; h = 7; y_correct = [0.9757, 0.9757, 0.4274]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

5   Pass
A = 10; h = 7; y_correct = [0.9798, 0.9798, 0.3918]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

6   Pass
A = 100; h = 90; y_correct = [0.9999, 0.9999, 0.0247]; y = theSineOfAnglesOfATriangle(A,h); assert(abs(y(1)-y_correct(1))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(2)-y_correct(2))<tolerance) assert(abs(y(3)-y_correct(3))<tolerance)

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