Law of Sines Ambiguous Case

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In this lesson, we will continue to learn how to solve oblique triangles. Here, we will be given the lengths of two sides and the angle opposite one of them. This situation is known as SSA or Side-Side-Angle. When we work with SSA, we may have zero, one, or two such triangles that exist. We will dig into the details of how to analyze the information given and determine how many triangles exist. Lastly, we will continue to practice using the law of sines to solve the triangles (provide all missing sides and angle measures).
Law of Sines Ambiguous Case Resources:
Prof Rob Bob - Video CalcWorkShop - Video
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