How to use Trigonometry for solving the angles & side lengths of Right Angled Triangles

Study Maths at Curtin
Trying to figure out how to solve a right-angled triangle, but aren’t up-to-speed with trigonometric functions? Fear not. Curtin University’s Dr Ian van Loosen, with the help of a woolly mammoth, explains simply and clearly Sine, Cosine or Tangent and then how to use the functions to solve a triangle. This is the first video in a series.

Dr Ian van Loosen teaches pre-calculus, calculus and linear algebra to Curtin’s first year undergraduate students. He has two undergraduate degrees and a PhD in Optimal Control and Computational Mathematics.


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