Sine Law Ambiguous Case
- Richard Bitgood
This is an SSA triangle, where 'A' is the angle, and where 'b' and 'a' are the sides. Move the sliders to change these values. Start by seeing how changing the length of 'a; can create different situations. Then see how you can make this happen by changing the length of 'b' or the size of angle 'A'. Then try to answer the questions below in your notes.