Designed to accompany the Pearson Pure Mathematics Year 2/A2 textbook.
Ditto Mr Kendal :)
I couldn't decide whether or not sin(B) was positive or negative (in the 2nd or 3rd quadrant). I think you need the additional information that B is obtuse. This is given in the textbook but missing from the slide.
Thanks for these amazing resources!
Your powerpoint is corrupted when i try to download..
Fixed. Many thanks.
I think there's a typo on slide 27, it should be asin(theta) + bcos(theta) but it is asin(theta) + bsin(theta) right now