Spherical geometry

Further Mathematics: Units 3 and 4

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This is the final video in the series relating to Spherical Geometry for the Year 12 Further Maths course. I take a look at how you can apply Pythagoras' Theorem to spheres and, in particular, hemispheres. There is a pretty complex example which is used to build on the theory which has already been explained in previous videos.

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vce maths
Using Pythagoras’ theorem in spheres
spherical geometry
further maths
further maths units 3 and 4
further 3 and 4
further maths module
How to use pythagoras theorem in spheres
year 12 maths
grade 12 maths