All right, so for this question, were given the area we're trying or we have the triangle given with two angles and one side, and we have to find the area of it is gonna be the area of the park. And so, for part A, we have to figure out what percentage of one anchor this is gonna be. So let's start by getting the area of the strike first so we can use the love signs to calculate the area. Since we know two angles in one side, let's go first, actually label every single angle inside. So let's go ahead and call this side A this. I'd be in this site C and a pro, uh, labeled the angles appropriately. Now, let's go ahead and use a formula for finding the area. So we know that the formula from the love coastlines is C squared times. Sign of a times, uh, sign a B all over Sinus E to sign up. See, we actually don't know what sign of Caesar enough, But we can calculate that pretty easily since we know two of the angles. So the third one's gonna be 41 80 minus 42 plus 65 since all three of them have to equal to 1 80 And so when we do that, we get the last angle is gonna be 73 degrees, actually, right over here, 73 degrees. Okay, so now we know a, B and C, and we also know what see is over here or sightsee is I mean, all the angles for this equation, and when we plug it in, we get that the area of the strangle is gonna be 20,000 347 feet squared. But the question for parties asking us what percentage of an acre this is. So we know that one acre is equal to 43,560 feet. So we have to do to find the percentage of an acre is just divide 28,000 the area of the triangle 20,000 during 2 47 over 43,000, 560. And when we do that, we get 0.651 Let's go ahead and convert that 2% which will be just move the decimal places to on the right and you get 65.1%. So this triangle covers 60.65 point 1% of the maker, 65.1%. We're also going to need to calculate the cost for part B. And the cost for one acre for this park is gonna cost three. Uh, we found a cost. So $3 million for acre. So 3123123 breaker. And we have, uh, 0.651 acres. He calculated that over here when we didn't convert a 2%. So we have to do for this, for it is just multiplied by here. Let me go. Right, The units as well, uh, dollars per acre. We're gonna multiply it by the amount of acres we have, which is 6.51 acres. The anchors, uh, call cross out and we get the final cost to be 1,152,000 $253.