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STANDARD OF COMPETENCE Using the trigonometric ratio, function, equation, and identity in problem solving BASIC COMPETENCE Designing a mathematical model of the problem that relate to the trigonometric ratio, function, equation, and identity INDICATOR Resolve the question ccalculations using the law of sine and the law of cosine LEARNING OBJECTIVES
To solve the question ccalculations using the law of sine and the law of cosine

LEARNING ACTIVIYIES Each member read the material in the Student Book:

Trigonometric Identity.

Leader leads discussion about: What the daily problem that related to material the law of sine and cosine and discuss aobut its solution. The solution of the law of sine and cosine problems with Describe the solutions that are common to problem Each member has to know about the finding the solution of that solution. If there is an unclear problem, ask a teacher. Write down the group conclusion about the material law of sine and cosine Each group presents their result in front of class and the other groups pay attention.

## Senior High School_X Grade_Semester II

EXERCISE 1:
CHALLENGE PROBLEMS
1. Peter has three sticks measuring 19 inches, 23 inches, and 27 inches. He lays them down to forma triangle. Find the measure of the angle enclosed by the 19 inches and 23 inches sides to the neares degree. Answer: .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................. 2. Mary is orienteering across a large flat plain from Marker A to Marker B which are 4 miles apart. After walking 1.8 miles she realizes she is 6o offcourse. To the neares tenth of a mile, how far from Market B is she when she realizes her error?

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.......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................. 3. A navigator plots the course a plane is curently traveling. The plane is 300 miles from its destination. If it continous on its current course it will travel 325 miles and end up 125 miles due south of its destination. To the nearest degree, how many degrees is the plane off course? Answer: .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................

## Senior High School_X Grade_Semester II

EXERCISE 2:
(ANALYZE)
Create a mathematical model of the picture below!

## Senior High School_X Grade_Semester II

EXERCISE 3:
(ANALYZE)
Look for a problem in your school environment related to the sine or cosine rule, then create a mathematical model of these problems and finish results! Answer: .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................. .....................................................................................................................................