# Trigonometry powerpoint

Well this took me ages and I think I got a bit carried away with the animation but hopefully this may help, :D Good luck with your exam!

As said by one of the users there is a mistake, can you change it? Bit of challenge but try it.

- Created by: Bethany Cunningham
- Created on: 13-02-12 12:35

## Slides in this set

### Slide 1

Trigonometry... B

For me this is the hardest topic to remember and

hopefully with this PowerPoint you and I will both

remember this for an exam.

So click on to find out more…read more

### Slide 2

The first thing to crack trig is to label the sides of a triangle. Right angled triangles

Simple. only for trig.

The longest side.

Remember from

Hyp Pythagoras

ote theorem.

nus

e

This is the

Opposite

easiest one,

it is opposite

from the Here is the

angle. angle.

Adjacent

So to label the other two sides it all depends on the angle displayed.

This just means next to

the angle.…read more

### Slide 3

m b

me

o re Make up a

t

asy silly rhyme,

r e e se. to remember

i os a hra

at ey p it

r

the is k

So th th

wi

Soh Cah Toa

Sine = opposite/hypotenuse

Cosine = adjacent/hypotenuse

Tan=opposite/adjacent

An example of a rhyme...

Some Old Hippy Caught Another Hippy Tripping On

Acid…read more

### Slide 4

With trig you can learn the angles of a triangle and the

sides of a triangle.

Finding out a certain angle in a triangle.

Finding out a certain side in a triangle.

Click on the topic that you can't do or just follow onto the next slide to find out

what is next to learn about trigonometry.…read more

### Slide 5

Angles... Sine 1. Label the sides of the

triangle.

2. Find out which

m

10c formula to use, using

Soh Cah Toa `Soh Cah Toa'

use 3. Fill in the formula

n

Opposite

p ote Sine of the 4. To work out the

Hy angle = 7/10 angle we need the

inverse because we

don't want to work

7cm out the sine we want

to work out the

Adjacent Angle = sin-1 (on the angle.

calculator) 7/10 5. Use your calculator

to work out the

=44.4 degrees. answer.

6. BOOM! Here is your

answer.

7. Put it to 3 significant

figures (suitable

degree of accuracy)…read more

### Slide 6

Cosine 1. Label the sides of the

triangle.

2. Find out which

7cm formula to use, using

Soh Cah Toa `Soh Cah Toa'

use 3. Fill in the formula

n

p ote Cosine of the 4. To work out the

Hy angle = 6/7 angle we need the

inverse because we

don't want to work

out the sine we want

to work out the

Adjacent 6cm Angle = cos-1 (on the angle.

calculator) 6/7 5. Use your calculator

to work out the

=31.0 degrees. answer.

6. BOOM! Here is your

answer.

7. Put it to 3 significant

figures (suitable

degree of accuracy)…read more

### Slide 7

### Slide 8

### Slide 9

### Slide 10

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# Trigonometry powerpoint

Well this took me ages and I think I got a bit carried away with the animation but hopefully this may help, :D Good luck with your exam!

As said by one of the users there is a mistake, can you change it? Bit of challenge but try it.

- Created by: Bethany Cunningham
- Created on: 13-02-12 12:35

## Slides in this set

### Slide 1

Trigonometry... B

For me this is the hardest topic to remember and

hopefully with this PowerPoint you and I will both

remember this for an exam.

So click on to find out more…read more

### Slide 2

The first thing to crack trig is to label the sides of a triangle. Right angled triangles

Simple. only for trig.

The longest side.

Remember from

Hyp Pythagoras

ote theorem.

nus

e

This is the

Opposite

easiest one,

it is opposite

from the Here is the

angle. angle.

Adjacent

So to label the other two sides it all depends on the angle displayed.

This just means next to

the angle.…read more

### Slide 3

m b

me

o re Make up a

t

asy silly rhyme,

r e e se. to remember

i os a hra

at ey p it

r

the is k

So th th

wi

Soh Cah Toa

Sine = opposite/hypotenuse

Cosine = adjacent/hypotenuse

Tan=opposite/adjacent

An example of a rhyme...

Some Old Hippy Caught Another Hippy Tripping On

Acid…read more

### Slide 4

With trig you can learn the angles of a triangle and the

sides of a triangle.

Finding out a certain angle in a triangle.

Finding out a certain side in a triangle.

Click on the topic that you can't do or just follow onto the next slide to find out

what is next to learn about trigonometry.…read more

### Slide 5

Angles... Sine 1. Label the sides of the

triangle.

2. Find out which

m

10c formula to use, using

Soh Cah Toa `Soh Cah Toa'

use 3. Fill in the formula

n

Opposite

p ote Sine of the 4. To work out the

Hy angle = 7/10 angle we need the

inverse because we

don't want to work

7cm out the sine we want

to work out the

Adjacent Angle = sin-1 (on the angle.

calculator) 7/10 5. Use your calculator

to work out the

=44.4 degrees. answer.

6. BOOM! Here is your

answer.

7. Put it to 3 significant

figures (suitable

degree of accuracy)…read more

### Slide 6

Cosine 1. Label the sides of the

triangle.

2. Find out which

7cm formula to use, using

Soh Cah Toa `Soh Cah Toa'

use 3. Fill in the formula

n

p ote Cosine of the 4. To work out the

Hy angle = 6/7 angle we need the

inverse because we

don't want to work

out the sine we want

to work out the

Adjacent 6cm Angle = cos-1 (on the angle.

calculator) 6/7 5. Use your calculator

to work out the

=31.0 degrees. answer.

6. BOOM! Here is your

answer.

7. Put it to 3 significant

figures (suitable

degree of accuracy)…read more

### Slide 7

### Slide 8

### Slide 9

### Slide 10

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