- Donald C. Albin Jr.
Submitted by Mr. Donald C. Albin Jr. Professional Educator www.donaldalbin.99k.org Side 'a', angle 'A', and side 'b' are all known. All that remains to be determined, then, is how to connect from point 'C' to point 'B'. Directions
- Move point 'D' to complete the triangle.
Questions to promote inquiry
- Assuming segment AB stays where it is, can you change the direction of segment AC?
- Can you change the locations of Points B or C?
- Is there more than one way to complete the triangle, knowing that you must use side 'a', angle 'A', and side 'b'?