In this lecture we looked at how the sine rule can help us solve any AAS, SSA, and ASA type triangles (provided we have at least 3 pieces of information).

Remember that, when finding an unknown angle in SSA type triangles, there may be two possible solutions to the problem. This often happens when the second side (opposite the angle) is shorter than the first side.

Luckily, we usually have additional information, like the fixed positions of objects, to help eliminate the second solution. However, that’s not always the case so you should always keep that in mind.