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Law of Sines or Sine Rule Worksheet

Objective: I know how to use the Law of Sines or Sine Rule to solve triangles.

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For any triangle ABC, as shown,

the law of sines or sine rule states that

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1. Find the lengths of the other two sides (to 3 decimal places) of the triangles with
(a) a = 2, A = 30°, B = 40°
b = , c =

(b) b = 5, B = 45°, C = 60°
a = , c =

(c) c = 3, A = 37°, B = 54°
a = , b =

2. Find all possible triangles (give the sides to 3 decimal places and the angles to 1 decimal place) with
(a) a = 3, b = 5, A = 32°
Two possible triangles:
B = °, C = °, c =
and B = °, C = °, c =

(b) b = 2, c = 4, C = 65°
B = °, A = °, a =

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