## Reflection: Student Ownership Review of Solving Triangles Day 2 of 2 - Section 2: Review Activity

Students seemed to be prepared for sharing their examples.  Even when a question had no volunteers students would say I may have an example but I am not sure how to finish.  Here one class' examples.

Students had forgotten the ambiguous case and needed more assistance in remembering when 2 solutions occur. I gave the students the example which is on page 3 of the examples.  I did have to help the students with drawing how the opposite side swings but once they were reminded they quickly remembered that the new angle is a supplement of the first angle they found.  The students then finished the problem.

My overall informal assessment of the students is that the majority of the students are ready to test and will be successful on the assessment.

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# Review of Solving Triangles Day 2 of 2

Unit 6: Solving Problems Involving Triangles
Lesson 12 of 13

## Big Idea: By sharing individual examples students will review for an assessment on solving problems involving triangles.

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Math, Law of Cosines, law of sines, triangles (Determining Measurements), right triangle, vector, area of triangle, problem solving, pre
45 minutes

### Katharine Sparks

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