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Objective - To use basic trigonometry to solve right triangles.z x b Angle to Angle Relationships Side to Side Relationships Angle to Side Relationships
sohcahtoa y 5 3 x 4 Opposite Sine = Hypotenuse Adjacent Cosine =Tangent = Adjacent
sohcahtoa y 13 5 x 12
Use your trig table or calculator to find the giventrigonometric ratios rounded to nearest thousandth.
Using Trig Ratios to Solve Right TrianglesSolve for the missing side. 1) 2) 10 x y 25
Using Trig Ratios to Solve Right TrianglesSolve for the missing side. 15 3) 4) y x 18
Using Trig Ratios to Solve Right TrianglesSolve for the missing side. 5) 6) 30 14 x y
Use your trig table or calculator to find the missingangle x that has the given trig ratio.
Using Trig Ratios to Solve Right TrianglesSolve for the missing side. 7) 8) 30 20 15 12
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