MPM2D Sine Law – 2016-01-18


We learned about the Sine Law today. 

If you have an acute triangle ABC with corresponding opposite sides a, b, and c, then

\frac{sin(A)}{a}= \frac{sin(B)}{b}= \frac{sin(C)}{c}

Or

\frac{a}{sin(A)}= \frac{b}{sin(B)}= \frac{c}{sin(C)}

Complete page 402 #1-7 for homework. 

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