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Trig Blog Last week, we started our triginometry unit in geometry. We have been using the Sin, Cos, and Tan formulas in class and on the homework for the last few classes. The trig formulas are really interesting, because hey allow you to find a side length of a right triangle, when you only know the measures of a side and two angles. Its also cool that for eah angle measure, the ratio is always the same, no matter how big or small the triangle is. This makes finding the ratios so much easier!

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