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often very useful to revise or explore other concepts by using a starter based on a
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### Trigonometry Starters:

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Advanced Trigonometry Starters

## Exercises

#### 3D Trigonometry Presentation

A slide presentation (a poem) introducing using trigonometry (including Pythagoras' Theorem) to find lengths and angles on three dimensional shapes.

#### Common Trig Ratios

A self-marking exercise on finding the exact values of sine, cosine and tangent of special angles.

#### Formulae to Remember

The traditional pairs or pelmanism game adapted to test recognition for formulae required to be memorised for GCSE exams.

#### Inverse Trig Calculator

This calculator is designed to find all of the angles for a given trigonometric ratio and show them on a graph.

#### Triangle Solver

Provide and three measurements for a triangle and this application will work out the remaining sides, angles and area.

#### Trigonometry

20 trigonometry questions in an online, self marking exercise.

#### Trigonometry Advanced

A self-marking exercise on the sine rule, cosine rule and the sine formula for finding the area of a triangle.

#### Which Side?

Arrange the diagrams in groups depending on whether the arrow is pointing to the opposite, adjacent or hypotenuse.

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