Calculus IV
15.Functions of Several Variables
16.Multiple Integration
17.Vector Analysis
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Course: Trigonometry
Topic: Oblique Triangles and the Laws
Subtopic: Ambiguous Case


Depending on the information given in the Law of Sines, there is usually only one triangle that fits the info. However, sometimes there are two different triangles that could fit the data, or no triangle possible. This is called the ambiguous case. Watch out for it!


By the end of this topic you should know and be prepared to be tested on:


Define: ambiguous case

Supplementary Resources

Explore the Ambiguous Case (Java Applet) and how it may have 0, 1, or 2 solutions. If the applet won't work for you study this document Ambiguous Case (Images).