Ambiguous Case (for Sine Law)

Ambiguous Case (for Sine Law)

**Just note that in class, I taught the Ambiguous case with the bottom left corner of the triangle as “A”, bottom right corner as “B” and the top corner as “C”. For these same corners, the videos below use “B”, “C”, “A”.

Take a look at the java applet below. You may need to drag the bars into the viewing area. Slide the values around to see how many triangles are created 🙂 Have fun!

[embedit snippet=”geogebra”]

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