On Tuesday, we introduced the “Ambiguous Case” of the Law of Sines. Today, we spent some time working on how exactly one handles that situation.
- Homework: HW 7.5 – Solving Ambiguous Cases
- Notes: Day 7.5 – Solving Ambiguous Cases Notes
- Lesson Video – Note that part of the “ambiguity” of the ambiguous case is that the same “SSA” set of information could determine 2, 1, or no triangles at all. We’ll have some more time to practice this in class.