Applications of geometry and trigonometry

Further Mathematics: Units 3 and 4

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This is the final video in this series for Year 12 Further Maths and the Measurement and Geometry module. Having spent some time looking at how to find missing sides and angles from triangles, this video takes the time to extend the work into examples using 3-dimensions. Don't worry! Lots of worked examples are completed and they are all explained in an easy to understand way.

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vce maths
vce further maths
further units 3 and 4
further 3 4
measurement and geometry
problems in three dimensions
how to solve problems in three dimensions
using the sine rule
using the cosine rule
solving 3D problems
Triangles in 3D
year 12 maths
grade 12 maths