# The Ambiguous Case

The Ambiguous Case, a geometric principle in trigonometry, poses intriguing challenges in solving triangles. Encountered when given two sides and a non-included angle (SSA), it leads to multiple possible triangle configurations. This phenomenon sparks meticulous analysis and careful consideration to determine the validity and uniqueness of solutions. Whether yielding one, two, or no viable triangles, navigating the Ambiguous Case demands a nuanced understanding of trigonometric relationships and a discerning approach to problem-solving. Through exploration and application, mathematicians unravel the intricacies of this enigmatic scenario, illuminating the delicate balance between given parameters and geometric constraints.

- How do you determine the number of possible triangles and find the measure of the three angles given #DE=24, EF=18, mangleD=15#?
- How do you determine the number of possible triangles and find the measure of the three angles given #a=9, c=10, mangleC=150#?
- How do you determine the number of possible triangles and find the measure of the three angles given #a=5, b=10, mangleA=30#?
- If #A+B=315^0#, then what is the value of #(1-tanA)(1-tanB)#?
- An aeroplane flying horizontally 750m above the ground lo an elevation of 60° . After 5 second the elevation is observed 30° . What is the speed of the aeroplane in km per hour?
- A kite has 120m of string attached to it, when at an elevation of 60 degree. How far is it above the hand holding it?
- How do I find T?
- An aircraft leaves A and flies 257km to B on a bearing of 257 degrees. it then flies to C 215 km away on a bearing of 163 degrees from B. Calculate <ABC?
- If (-2,-3) to the circle x2+y2+3=0 what's is tangent length?
- Why isn't this triangle an ambiguous case? (where there can be 2 possible triangles from the same set of lengths and an angle)
- I was taught that if the adjacent length was longer than the opposite length of a known angle, there would be an ambiguous case of the sine rule. So why does d) and f) not have 2 different answers?
- How do you use the Law of Cosines and Sines in various ambiguous cases?
- How do you determine the number of possible triangles and find the measure of the three angles given #AB=14, BC=21, mangleC=75#?
- Give me please solutions of this question?
- How do you find the second triangle in the ambiguous case?
- How to find the following pronumeral in the diagrams below?
- How do you know when to use the ambiguous case when finding possible lengths of triangles?
- What is ambiguous case of triangle?
- How do you find possible triangles given two sides and an angle (SSA)?
- How do you find #angle B# if in triangle ABC, #angleA=41^@#, #AC=23#, #CB=12#?