Reflection: Intervention and Extension Trigonometric Ratios - Section 3: Activity

It is helpful for the students to set up the ratio in triangles as shown in the picture. I instruct the students to cover letter representing the missing information. Then they multiply or divide depending on the given information. This method helps students who still have difficulty solving algebraic equations.

Intervention and Extension: Intervention

Trigonometric Ratios

Unit 11: Geometric Trigonometry
Lesson 2 of 3

Big Idea: Students explore the relationship between trigonometric ratios in right triangles.

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Math, Geometry, trigonometric ratios, Trigonometry, complementary angles
45 minutes

Marisa Laks

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