Nemo is Mariam's pet bird. He wants attention, so he wants to know how far up he should fly to Mariam's head. He knows Mariam is 6 feet tall and his angle to Mariam is 32°. Nemo uses trig. to find out far up he should fly.
Nemo is really bored and he wants to be next to the edge of the table. He wonders how much the distance is. He uses trig. to solve this. Knowing that Mariam is 6 feet tall and the angle next to him 57°.
Nemo now wants to get on top of the dresser. He wants to know the height. He knows that the hypotenuse is 20 feet. Also, he knows that the angle from the top to him is 55°. Secant, another trig. function, is used to help him find the height.
He knows the hypotenuse is 12 and the angle from him to the tree is 72°.
Nemo flew outside without Mariam's permission! He wants to fly up to the tree, however he does not know the distance. Cosine is used to find the distance!
Uh oh! Mariam found Nemo! Nemo starts solving random math problems because he does not want to be put back in his cage. He finds the inverse of cosine. He knows Mariam is 6 ft tall and the hypotenuse is 9.23 ft.
Nemo is put back in his cage. Mariam falls asleep because it has been a really long day.