Revising 3D Trigonometry

Revising 3D Trigonometry
Revising 3D Trigonometry

              Revising 3D Trigonometry

              Students revise how to use the Sine, Cosine and Tangent ratios to calculate unknown angles and lengths in 3D shapes.  Later, as learning progresses they connect 3D trigonometry with ratio.
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