SSA is considered an ambiguity because you don't know how many solutions there will be. There could be 0 solutions, 1 solution, or 2 solutions. You can find out how many solutions there are by solving for h. Sin θ = h/a. If h<a<b than you have two solutions. If h>a than there are no solutions. If h=a than you have 1 solution.

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