If from an hyperbolic triangle $ \triangle ABC$ the angels $\angle A$, $\angle B$ and side $c$ are given. (ASA triangle, a side and both adjacent angles are given)
How can I calculate the remaining angles and sides? (or at least one of them)
In Euclidean geometry you start with calculating $\angle C$ by substracting $\angle A$ and $\angle B$ from a straight angle, but in hyperbolic geometry that obviously doesn't work.