# Trigonometry Practice- Using ratios

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## Solve missing sides and angles using sine, cosine, and tangent

Created Date 02.06.19
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• a=10, c=12, if I want to find the value of d, what trigonometric ratio would I use?
• Which setup would be used to solve for e if a is 5 and b is 3?
• Is side b adjacent or opposite of angle e?
• What trigonometric ratio would you use if e=35 degrees, a is 17, and you are solving for c?
• How would you setup the equation to solve for c if e=35 degrees and a is 17?
• What is the value of c if e=35 degrees and a is 17?
• If I am using the equation tan(x)=b/a, which angle am I solving for?
• If I am using the equation sin(x)=b/c, which angle am I solving for?
• If I am using the equation tan(e), what ratio should I setup?
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