This self-checking maze has 11 problems involving the law of sines and the law of cosines. Students will be required to use both to solve for angles and sides of triangles.Answer key is included for easy checking.This product pairs very well with my Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Task CardsoClick Here for more Triangle & Trigonometry activitiesoClick Here for more Math MazesThis product is also part of the following money saving bundle:Right Triangles & Trigonometry Activity Bundle.

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Love using mazes in the Geometry classroom! This law of sines & law of cosines maze would be a great review activity for my students.

This self-checking maze has 11 problems involving the law of sines and the law of cosines. Students will be required to use both to solve for angles and sides of triangles. Answer key is included for easy checking.

Right Triangles - The Law of Sines Notes and PracticeThe Law of Sines is used to find the missing sides and angles of acute and obtuse triangles in certain situations. This packet is designed to teach students how to solve problems given those situations.

This self-checking maze has 11 problems involving the law of sines and the law of cosines. Students will be required to use both to solve for angles and sides of triangles.Answer key is included for easy checking.If you enjoy this product please explore some of my others:Angles of Circles Maze ~ Arcs, Tangents, Secants, & Inscribed PolygonsHigh School Geometry Transformations Workbook with QR CodesGeometric Mean Task CardsLinear Transformations FoldableMidpoint, Distance, and Slope Task…

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Laws of Sines and Cosines Stations Maze Students will solve problems using the law of sines or law of cosines. Some of the problems have diagrams and some off the problems are word problems and students must draw their own diagrams.