In questions 1 and 2 use the information provided to find
the three angles: A, B and C.
 a = 22, b = 31, c = 28
 a = 19, b= 14, c = 30
Find the missing sides and angles. (All angles are given in degrees.
Note that #6 is an example of the ambiguous case.)
 a = 226, A = 32.5, B = 49.7
 a = 192, b = 122, C = 22.2
 a = 47, b = 32, A = 25
 a = 14, b = 32, A = 25

List of equations to use:
 sin(A) / a = sin(B) / b
 sin(B) / b = sin(C) / c
 sin(C) / c = sin(A) / a
 a^2 = b^2 + c^2  2 b c cos(A)
 b^2 = a^2 + c^2  2 a c cos(B)
 c^2 = a^2 + b^2  2 a b cos(C)
 A + B + C = 180

