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Warm-Up 10/15

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PSAT Tomorrow 10/16, you will need to bring your own calculator.

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Rigor:You will learn how to use the Law of Sines and Cosines to solve right triangle problems.Relevance:You will be able to use the Law of Sines and Cosines to solve real world problems.
cases
Cases:
  • ASA or SAA

2 SSA

3 SAS

4 SSS

LAW OF SINES

LAW OF COSINES

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Example 4: Find two triangles for which A= 43°, a= 25, b= 28. Round side lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree.

A is acute, and h = 28sin 43° 19.1

Since a < b and a > h there are two different triangles.

Solution 1: Find the acute  B.

, C , and c 36.6

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Example 4: Find two triangles for which A= 43°, a= 25, b= 28. Round side lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree.

Solution 2: Find the obtuse  B'.

CB'B =  B

, so  B' 180°– 50° 130°

 C 180°– 43 °– 130° 7°

, C , and c 4.5

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Example 5: Solve ∆ABC. Round side lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree.

Given a = 6, b =24, c = 20 find angle A.

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Example 6: Solve ∆ABC. Round side lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree.

, , and c

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math!
  • 4-7a Assignment: TX p298, 2-24 even
  • Unit 4 Test
  • Monday 10/21
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math!
  • 4-7a Assignment: TX p298, 2-24 even
  • Assignment for Wednesday:
  • 4-7b Assignment: TX p298-299, 26-50 even
  • Unit 4 Test
  • Monday 10/21
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