4.4.2 Exam Questions Type 2

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.4 Combinations  »  4.4.2 Exam Question Type 2 4.4.2 Exam Question Type 2 Type 1 questions can be made further complex with the addition of bearings. Bearings complicate things as they makes you work out angles first by the use...

4.4.1 Exam Questions Type 1

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.4 Combinations  »  4.4.1 Exam Question Type 1 4.4.1 Exam Question Type 1 Right-angled triangle and non-right-angled triangles are combined in these types of questions. Get access to 20 Mock Exams with over 700 exam-style...

4.4 Combinations

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.4 Combinations 4.4 Combinations Trigonometry questions can get really complex as all of the above mentioned basics are combined together to form one question. This can be an uphill battle for you or a piece of cake depending...

4.3.1 Exam Questions Type 1

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.3 Bearings  »  4.3.1 Exam Question Type 1 4.3.1 Exam Question Type 1 A bearing question by itself will be quite straight-forward and mostly will ask you to work out bearings of different points on a diagram or even as simple...

4.3 Bearings

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.3 Bearings 4.3 Bearings Bearings by itself is not that complicated but, as with other sub-topics, when asked as part of complicated question it can get tricky. Bearings are used for navigational purposes and are used to...

4.2.2 Exam Questions Type 2

Browse: 1. Home  »  4. Trigonometry  »  4.2 Non-right Triangle  »  4.2.2 Exam Question Type 2 4.2.2 Exam Question Type 2 Another common type of question that asks you to calculate the area of the non-right-angle triangle. Get access to 20 Mock Exams with over 700...