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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Mendoza, Shaina A. March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

- My height is 152 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.

-The length of my shadow is 87 cm.

Type equation here.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Navia, Ella Marie B. March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

-My height is 149 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow

-The length of my shadow is 86 cm.

Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Montebon, Ariane Klaire March


7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

-My height is 152 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow
-The length of my shadow is 92 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Limpangog, Anna Rose March 7,


2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

- My height is 144 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow

-The length of my shadow is 81 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Delgado, Donell Keith March 7,


2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

-My height is 172 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.

-The length of my shadow is 100 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Guinaling, Clynth Zymfred D.


March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

-My height is 159 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.

-The length of my shadow is 97cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Lacno, Eunice M. March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

-My height is 154 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.

-The length of my shadow is 93 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Emberso, Renel N. March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

- My height is 164 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.
-The length of my shadow is 99 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Lucaas, Criselle Ann March 7,


2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

- My height is 155cm.
2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.
-The length of my shadow is 94 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.


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Activity Sheet:

What I can learned from my Shadow?

Mazo, Desireeh March 7, 2017

Group No. 2

Objectives: Students will apply trigonometric ratios and other things


they know about right triangles to determine the height of an object
outdoors.

Trigonometric Ratios:

You have used right triangles to determine some important


relationships that you have listed. Today, you and your group members
will use these ratios to determine the height of an object outside.
Follow the steps below.

1. Pick one person in the group and measure the height.

- My height is 157 cm.


2. Measure the length of that persons shadow.
-The length of my shadow is 96 cm.

3. Using the appropriate trigonometric find the angle of elevation.


Sketch the picture.