Applications of geometry and trigonometry

Further Mathematics: Units 3 and 4

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This video is part of the Further Maths Units 3 and 4 course and the Measurement and Geometry module. Having taken some time to teach ways to find missing sides and angles using the sine rule, cosine rule and trigonometry, I now look at how these can be applied to some real world situations. I look at what the angles of elevation and depression are. I explain bearings and then move onto triangulation. There are a number of worked examples (some quite hard!) which frame the theory. I do all I can to explain the theory in an easy to understand way.

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vce maths
further maths
further units 3 and 4
angles of elevation and depression
angles of elevation and depression word problems
angles of elevation and depression trigonometry
bearings maths
bearings trigonometry
triangulation
sine rule
cosine rule
year 12 maths
grade 12 maths