More practice with the Ambiguous Case today! Remember: triangles where two sides and a non-included angle are given could actually refer to two different triangles, one unique triangle, or no valid triangles at all.
- Homework: HW 7.6 – More Solving Ambiguous Cases
- 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.