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Title: How to find the missing angle sin-1 COs-1 TAn-1


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How to find the missing anglesin-1COs-1TAn-1
  • Inverse Trig Functions

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Ex 1 Find the sine, cosine, and tangent of M
and K round to 4 decimal places.
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Finding Angles of Triangles
  • Trig functions give you ratios, which can be used
    to determine the degree measures of the acute
    angles of a right triangle. Using any inverse
    function on the calculator.
  • Ex. Find ltM and ltK
  • find ltM use sin-1, cos-1 or tan-1
    sin-1(.9231) 67.4
  • cos-1(.3846) 67.4
  • tan-1(2.4) 67.4

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Ex. 2 Find the angles to the nearest tenth.
  1. Cos B .5682 mltB _____
  2. Sin C .4892 mltC _____
  3. Tan A 3.6589 mltA _____
  4. Sin K .6892 mltK _____
  5. Cos J .1247 mltJ _____
  6. Tan P 5.2467 mltP _____

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Ex 3 Find the measure of angle T.
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Ex 4 Find the measure of angles P and R.
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Ex 5 Find the measure of angles J and K.
L
J
K
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Ex. 6 Find the measure of angles A and P.
A
P
G
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Ex. 7 Solve the right triangle. Round to nearest
tenth.
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Ex. 8 Solve the right triangle. Round to nearest
tenth.
6
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Ex. 9 Solve the right triangle. Round to nearest
tenth.
B
A
C
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Ex. 10 Solve the right triangle. Round to
nearest tenth.
K
J
L
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Ex. 11 Solve the right triangle. Round to
nearest tenth.
S
R
T
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Ex. 12 Ramp
  • You are designing a ramp where the horizontal
    distance is triple the vertical rise. What will
    be the ramp angle to the nearest tenth of a
    degree?

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Homework
  • Worksheet
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