Known values: Length (**AC**), length (**BC**), angle **c**.

Solution: Baseline length (**b**).

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Determine the length between two points A and B by measuring two side lengths from a third occupied point C and the included angle c. Points A and B are visible from point C, but interrupted between each other.

Known values: Length (**AC**), length (**BC**), angle **c**.

Solution: Baseline length (**b**).

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