- Trigonometry

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Year 9

# Trigonometry

## Lessons (12)

- I can recognise that similar shapes have sides in proportion to each other but angle sizes are preserved.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can use Pythagoras' theorem to find the length of any side of a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can appreciate that the trigonometric functions are derived from measurements within a unit circle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can recognise the right-angled triangle within a unit circle and use proportion to scale to similar triangles.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can derive the sine and cosine ratios from the sides of a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can derive the tangent ratio from the sides of a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can use the sine ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can use the cosine ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can use the tangent ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can choose the appropriate trigonometric ratio to use to solve problems in right-angled triangles.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can choose the appropriate method to find the missing side in a right-angled triangle.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- I can use my knowledge of trigonometry to solve problems.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video