Assignment # 09 (Section 7.3)

Assignment # 09 (Section 7.3) - Student: Chintal Patel...

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Student: Chintal Patel Date: 12/06/2007 Time: 3:18:19 PM Instructor: Gary Penner Course: Fall 07, Math 1316.8003, Plane Trigonometry Book: Lial: Trigonometry, 8e ENHANCED Assignment: Assignment #9 (Section 7.3) 1. Assume triangle ABC has standard labeling and complete the statement below. Determine if AAS, ASA, SSA, SAS, or SSS is applicable, then decide if the law of sines or the law of cosines should be used as the first step to solve the triangle. Choose the appropriate representation of . Should the law of cosines or the law of sines be used? 2. Assume triangle ABC has standard labeling and complete the statement below. Determine if AAS, ASA, SSA, SAS, or SSS is applicable, then decide if the law of sines or the law of cosines should be used as the first step to solve the triangle. Choose the appropriate representation of . Should the law of cosines or the law of sines be used? Page 1 of 6
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Student: Chintal Patel Date: 12/06/2007 Time: 3:18:19 PM Instructor: Gary Penner Course: Fall 07, Math 1316.8003, Plane Trigonometry Book: Lial: Trigonometry, 8e ENHANCED Assignment: Assignment #9 (Section 7.3) 3. Assume triangle ABC has standard labeling and complete the statement below. Determine if AAS, ASA, SSA, SAS, or SSS is applicable, then decide if the law of sines or the law of cosines should be used as the first step to solve the triangle. Choose the appropriate representation of
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