Unknown triangles 2: cosine rule
Added by Kadie Armstrong on Feb 6, 2008
A graphic showing three different triangles, two with one unidentified side length and one with an unidentified angle. Ask pupils to use the cosine rule to obtain the unknown values using the information given.
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