Objective: I know how to solve trigonometry applications or problems.

**Hints on solving trigonometry applications or problems: **

- If no diagram is given, draw one yourself.
- Mark the right angles in the diagram.
- Show the sizes of the other angles and the lengths of any lines that are known
- Mark the angles or sides you have to calculate.
- Consider whether you need to create right triangles by drawing extra lines. For example, divide an isosceles triangle into two congruent right triangles.
- Decide whether you will need Pythagoras theorem, sine, cosine or tangent.
- Check that your answer is reasonable. The hypotenuse is the longest side in a right triangle.

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