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Find the area of a triangle ABC when m<C = 14 degrees, a = 5.7 miles, and b = 9.3 miles.

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To find the area of a triangle when you know two sides and the included angle, you can use the following formula:
Area=\frac{1}{2}a\cdot b\cdot\sin\left(C\right)=\frac{1}{2}\cdot5.7\cdot9.3\cdot\sin\left(14\right)=6.41\:mile^2

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