Similar Right Triangles-Introductions to Trigonometry
9th - 10th
In this geometry worksheet, students examine similar right triangles as the basis for the foundation of trigonometry. Students define the basic trigonometric functions and use a calculator to find the trigonometric value of an angle. The four page worksheet contains forty-six problems. Answers are not included.
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