#### Тема: Basic Trigonometric Ratios: Examples - Purplemath

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Cheat Sheets & Tables Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus cheat sheets and a variety of tables. Class Notes Each class has notes available. Most of the classes have.

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Right triangles are nice and neat, with their side lengths obeying the Pythagorean Theorem. Any two right triangles with the same two non-right angles are similar , in the technical sense that their corresponding sides are in proportion. For instance, the following two triangles (* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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Right triangles are nice and neat, with their side lengths obeying the Pythagorean Theorem. Any two right triangles with the same two non-right angles are similar , in the technical sense that their corresponding sides are in proportion. For instance, the following two triangles (* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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Right triangles are nice and neat, with their side lengths obeying the Pythagorean Theorem. Any two right triangles with the same two non-right angles are similar , in the technical sense that their corresponding sides are in proportion. For instance, the following two triangles (* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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* not* drawn to scale) have all the same angles, so they are similar, and the corresponding pairs of their sides are in proportion :

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