Brain Teaser: This Answer Wants You To Find It!

Find the area of the shaded portion. The answer is just waiting for you to find it!

How To Solve Algebraic Problems Involving Angles In a Triangle

In a previous article, we looked at how simple algebraic problems can be solved, the case in point being a rectangle. In this example, notice how similar steps have been followed, except that instead of a perimeter of a rectangle, we shall be considering the angles in a triangle.

As before, the material has […]

BRAIN TEASER: So Easy It Will Make You Jump!

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Brain Teaser: This Doesn’t Measure Your Ability, Just Your Speed

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Brain Teaser: What Number Goes In the Last Triangle?

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The Smart and Easy Way To Solve a Triangle With 45-45-90 Degree Angles

Angles that have sides with a 45°/ 45°/90° usually have a unique ratio. The two legs are the exact same length, and the hypotenuse is that length times √2.

Whenever you are given a triangle as shown above – one where two of its angles are 45° and the […]

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Brain Teaser: Dare To Flip This Triangle of Balls?

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Basic Technology – JSS2}: Triangle

JSS 2 SECOND TERM BASIC TECH 

Topic: TRIANGLE

INTRODUCTION

A triangle may be defined as a plane figure contained by three straight lines, known as the sides of the triangles. One of the sides, usually the one most nearly horizontal, is identified as the base.
A triangle, as its name […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Mathematics JSS2}:

JSS 3 Mathematics Second Term Week 7

Topic: SINE AND COSINE OF ANGLES

The sine (abbreviated “sin”) and cosine (“cos”) are the two most prominent trigonometric functions. All other trig functions can be expressed in terms of them. In fact, the sine and cosine functions are closely related and can be expressed in terms […]

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