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If in a \[\Delta ABC\],\[\angle A = 45^\circ \],\[\angle C = 60^\circ \], then \[a + c\sqrt 2 \]
A. \[b\]
B. \[2b\]
C. \[\sqrt {2b} \]
D. \[\sqrt {3b} \]

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In this case we are given the values of some angles of like \[\angle A = {45^\circ },\angle C = {60^\circ }\] and asked to determine the value of \[a + c\sqrt 2 \] and we will use the extended sine rule to determine the relationship between the length of the triangle's sides and its circumradius to obtain the desired result.
Formula used:
Sine rule formula:
\[\frac{a}{{sinA}} = \frac{b}{{sinB}} = \frac{c}{{sinC}} = 2R\]
Complete step-by-step solution:
The given angle is \[A = 45^\circ \], \[C = 60^\circ \]
\[A + B + C = \pi \]
By substituting the values on the equation, it becomes
\[ = > B = 75^\circ \]
\[a + c\sqrt 2 = k\sin A + k\sin C(\sqrt 2 )\]
\[ = 2k(\frac{{\sqrt 3 + 1}}{{2\sqrt 2 }})\]
The values on the equation becomes,
\[ = 2k\sin 75^\circ \]
Then, the equation becomes
\[ = 2k\sin B\]
\[a + c\sqrt 2 = 2b\]
So, option B is correct.
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