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Monday, October 03, 2005

Let's Be Clear - Not Ambiguous!

If you're still struggling with the sine law and which circumstances lead to the ambiguous case you can review the material here. There's a nice little java applet that you'll find if you scroll down the page with step by step instructions to help you understand what's going on.

I found another applet over there that also illustrates how the ambiguous case arises.

Finally, just to round off this helpful little post you can try your hand at these online quizzes to get ready for the test:

Don't forget to study Trig Graphs as well.

Do your BEST on Wednesday!


At 10/03/2005 6:22 PM, Blogger Richy said...

YES!!! Study. Study. Study.


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