Video lessons with examples and solutions to help High School students
learn how to use the law of sines to find angles and sides of triangles.

What is the Law of Sines or the Sine Rule?

The Law of Sines states that

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

It can be used to find missing angles and sides of non-right angled triangles.

The Sine Law Part 1

This lesson shows how to use the Sine law to find angles and sides.
The Sine Law Part 2

This lesson shows how to use the Sine law to find angles and sides.

Sine Law.

Learning how to use the sine law to solve a non-right angled triangle.
The Law of Sines (also known as the Sine Rule) is a method for working out the angle or side length in a non right angled triangle.

The Law of Sines states that

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

It can be used to find missing angles and sides of non-right angled triangles.

The Sine Law Part 1

This lesson shows how to use the Sine law to find angles and sides.

This lesson shows how to use the Sine law to find angles and sides.

Learning how to use the sine law to solve a non-right angled triangle.

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