Introduction:A triangle consists of three side and three angles which is collectively known as the six elements. In a triangle ABC, the side opposite to ∠A is denoted by '
', the side opposite to ∠B is denoted by 'b' and the side opposite to ∠C is denoted by 'c'.
The circum-radius and the area of triangle are denoted by R and ∆ respectively. Also, s is the semi-perimeter of triangle such that 2s=(a + b + c) and r is the in-radius where as r1, r2, r3 are the ex-radii corresponding to the angles A, B, C.The Cosine Law
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