Who you gonna call...TRIGBUSTERS!!
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Don't worry! Cause we're the TRIG-BUSTERS!
One day, Mrs. Smith found her cat stuck in a tree. So, she quickly called the fire department and nervously waited for them to arrive.
Please help me! My cat is stuck in a tree! Oh, please rescue him!
Sally, one of the Trig-buster, needed to figure out how high the cat was. Sally is looking at the cat from a 57 degree angle and is standing 5 meters away from the tree. She finds out that tan(57)x5 = 7.6. The cat is about 8 meters high!
How did you even get up there?
Sally's partner, Sam was going to help her until he found another cat! Since he was 4 m away from the 6 m ladder, the angle of elevation was cos-1(4/6). He found out that the ladder should be placed at about 48 degrees.
Ugh! The one time I didn't bring my calculator!
They needed to know how they could put the ladder back on to the truck. If the ladder is 12 m long and it needs to be placed at a 10 degree angle, they found out that sin10(12) = 2.08. So, the ladder should be about 2 m above the siren.
Sam and Sally both managed to rescue the cats all because of trig. Mrs. Smith thanked them and decided to adopt the other cat they rescued.
We're glad to help! We couldn't have done it without trig!
Sam and Sally continued to help the citizens of Trigville. Even when they're tangled, they can always find a solution to each equation. They also like their undercover-firefighter-costumes as much as they like to sine autographs for their fans. If you're ever in need, who you gonna call? TRIG-BUSTERS!
That's the end of "The Adventures with the... TRIG-BUSTERS!"
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