Trigonometry Law of Sines and Solving Triangles
This article covers the Law of Sines, its requirements, and how it can be used to find all sides and angles of a triangle. This is demonstrated through a sample problem involving given values for angle C, angle B, and side b.
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1. 1316 Trigonometry Law of Sines Chapter 7 Sections 1&2
2. b a c B C A There is group of formulas that work for most triangles. h
3. Requirements when using the Law of Sines: You must be given two angles and any side: AAS or ASA Two sides and an angle opposite one of them: SSA OR The Law of Sines does not work for SSS or SAS
4. Find all sides and angles if C = 102.3 , B = 28.7 , and b = 27.4 feet. b a c B C A 102.3 28.7 27.4 ft 49.0
5. A pole tilts toward the sun at an angle of 8 . If it casts a 22 foot shadow and the angle of elevation from the tip of the shadow to the top of the pole is 43 , how tall is the pole? b a = ? c B C A 98 43 = 22 ft 39 shadow
6. When you are given two sides and a non-included angle (SSA) three possibilities exist You will get no triangle You will get one triangle You will get two triangles a b a b a b a b
7. Find all angles if A = 85 , a = 15, and b = 25 ft. b a c B C A 85 = 15 ft 25 ft This does not exist so there is no triangle.
8. Find all angles if A = 20.5 , a = 12, and b = 31 feet. b a c B C A 20.5 = 12 ft 31 ft This happens twice on (0 ,180 ) 64.8 94.7 20.5 44 . 3 115.2
9. Use the Law of Sines to find B : 6 8 B C 87 A With Sine there may be an angle in Quad II that also works so you must check the supplement: This is too large to be a triangle with the 87 given
10. Use the Law of Sines to find B : 3.5 4 B C 60 A Check the supplement: The data makes two triangles since both 81.8 & 98.2 work with 60
11. Use the Law of Sines to find C : 125 100 B C 67 A No triangle will be formed with these numbers.
12. Draw a triangle for each and use the Law of Sines to decide how many triangles are formed 1) B = 47 , b = 4, c = 25 No Triangle 2) C = 60, b = 30, c = 50 One Triangle 3) B = 20, a = 12, b = 5 Two triangles 4) B = 37.3, b = 12.5, c = 20.1 Two triangles 5) A = 102, a = 5, c = 12 No triangles
13. Basic Steps for working with Law of Sines Use Law of Sines with the parts you are given Draw and label a figure When you find an angle ( Sin -1 ) check if the supplement also makes a triangle Find all missing parts that are requested.