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• 1. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 1 March 27, 2014 3.2 Solving for Missing Sides
• 2. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 2 March 27, 2014 You can find a missing side of a right triangle so long as you are given - an angle (that is not the right angle) - another side
• 3. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 3 March 27, 2014 Example 1. Find BC to the nearest tenth of a centimetre.
• 4. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 4 March 27, 2014 Example 2. Find e to the nearest centimetre.
• 5. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 5 March 27, 2014 You try! Find r to the nearest tenth of a centimetre. 10.4 cm 67o R P Q
• 6. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 6 March 27, 2014 Example 3. Find PQ to the nearest centimetre.
• 7. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 7 March 27, 2014 Example 4. Find PQ to the nearest centimetre.
• 8. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 8 March 27, 2014 Example 5. A wire supports a flagpole. The angle between the wire and the level ground is 73°. The wire is anchored to the ground 10 m from the base of the pole. How high up the pole does the wire reach? Give the answer to the nearest tenth of a metre.
• 9. 3.2 Finding Missing Sides 9 March 27, 2014