# Sines and Pythagorean Triples

Pro Problems > Math > Algebra > Functions > Trigonometry > Sum and Difference of Angles > Sine## Sines and Pythagorean Triples

If sin A = and sin B = , and both A and B lie in the first quadrant, find the value of sin (A + B).

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