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Up
10.5,
Day
1

The
height
of
a
slide
is
10
feet.
If
the
slide
is
15
feet
long,
what
is
the

angle
of
elevation
of
the
slide?

answers to two decimal places.

cos

(0.0391)

sin = 0.2202

Ratios and Functions

Target 10.5, Day 1

APPLY THE LAW OF SINES

(13.5)

Up
until
this
point,
our
study
of
trigonometry
has
only
let
us
look

at
right
triangles.

We
can
use
the
Law
of
Sines
or
Law
of
Cosines
to
nd
the

missing
angles
and
sides
of
any
triangle.
We
will
also
be
able
to

nd
their
areas.

Law
of
Sines

A

b

=

=

a

b

c

c

B

have a ______________ (one

angle and its matching side).

C = 107 o

B = 25 o

b = 15

A = 115o

a = 20

b = 11

*Note:
When
you
are
using
the
Law
of
Sines
and
you
have
a

choice
of
which
angle
to
nd
rst,
always
start
with
the

_________________
angle!

We
can
use
the
Law
of
Sines
to
develop
another
formula
for
the

area
of
a
triangle.

1

Area = bc sin A

2

between sides b and c.

Find the area of the triangle.

223

54.2o

125

Solve the triangle with the given measurements.

A = 51o

B = 44 o

c = 11

A = 122o

a = 18

b = 12

a = 10

b = 14

C = 46 o

Ratios and Functions

Target 10.5, Day 2

APPLY THE LAW OF COSINES

(13.6)

Use
the
Law
of
Cosines
when
you
______________
have
a
pair
(no

matching
sides
or
angles).

side/angle you want to nd)

a = b + c 2bc cos A

A

b

c

B

a = 11

c = 14

B = 34 o

*Note:
When
you
are
using
the
Law
of
Cosines
and
you
have
a

choice
of
which
angle
to
nd
rst,
always
start
with
the

_________________
angle!

a = 11

b = 27

c = 20

The
Law
of
Cosines
can
be
used
to
derive
yet
another
formula
for

the
area
of
a
triangle.
Use
this
formula
when
you
know
all
three

sides.

Herons
Formula:

Area = s ( s a ) ( s b) ( s c)

Find the area of the triangle.

8

5

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