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Law and Order: Special Trigonometry Unit True or False Quiz
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Right Triangles and Trigonometry: Law and Order: Special Trigonometry Unit True or False
1.
What does "solving a triangle" mean? > Finding all the side lengths and angle measures of the triangle
True
False
2.
In which situation will the Law of Sines NOT help us solve the triangles described below? > We know all three sides of the triangle.
True
False
3.
In which situation will the Law of Cosines NOT help us solve the triangles described below? > We know all three angles of the triangle.
True
False
4.
Why are the Laws of Sines and Cosines particularly useful? > They can help us solve any triangle
True
False
5.
Which of the following is the Law of Sines? >
a
^{2}
+
b
^{2}
=
c
^{2}
True
False
6.
Which of the following is the Law of Cosines? >
True
False
7.
What's the value of
x
?
> 29.8
True
False
8.
Which of the following is a correct expression of the ∠
A
?
>
True
False
9.
What is the value of
y
?
> 113.2
True
False
10.
What is the approximate value of
z
?
> 3.0
True
False
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