- Right-angled trigonometry

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Year 10

Foundation

# Right-angled trigonometry

## Lessons (11)

I can use Pythagoras' theorem to calculate the length of a side of a right-angled triangle.

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1 Video

I can use Pythagoras' theorem to justify whether a triangle is right-angled.

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1 Video

I can calculate the length of a line segment on a coordinate grid in all four quadrants or using the coordinate pairs.

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1 Video

I can see how the trigonometric functions are derived from measurements within a unit circle and how this can be utilised.

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1 Video

I can use the sine ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.

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1 Video

I can use the cosine ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.

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1 Video

I can use the tangent ratio to find the missing side or angle in a right-angled triangle.

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1 Video

I can calculate trigonometric ratios for 30° and 60°.

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1 Video

I can calculate trigonometric ratios for 0°, 45° and 90°.

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1 Video

I can apply trigonometric ratios to practical situations including angles of elevation and depression.

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1 Video

I can use my knowledge of right-angled trigonometry to solve problems.

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1 Video