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5/28 through 6/1 We are learning to use sine, cosine, and tangent in oblique triangles. It is slightly more to remember but it is all based on he same principle and I am finding it very easy to understand. Durring class when we talked about law of sines ambiguous cases I had already begun to think of other things that I was connecting to it. I asked about how the fourth step could ever be true because I realized it would be able to make a triangle. I thought it was cool to understand that it is a possibility for an ambiguous case to come up with a impossible triangle.

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