i was just doing some last minute trig questions from GCSE Papers
and i swear on the BMAT spec we don't need to know sin/cosine rule... rIGHT?
I mean it's not in the assumed guide either and I don't want to waste time doing sin/cosine when it's not in there and i still have so much to do!
Can someone please validate my thoughts lol I'm lowkey panicking..
only 2d/3d Pythagoras and SOHCAHTOA is in the BMAT (?)
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- Thread Starter
- 31-10-2016 23:36
- 31-10-2016 23:43
I'm not someone who has any experience with the BMAT, but if you look at the BMAT spec at section 3.8 it says "Use the trigonometric ratios (SOHCAHTOA), between 0° and 180°, to solve problems in 2-D and 3-D (candidates are not expected to recall trigonometry function values, or use sine or cosine rules)".