# Trig Ratio: Around the World With Soh-Cah-Toa Game

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Dr. Pepper Lover
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(Recently Revised!) This is a game I use with my students to review trig ratios. The game is played like around the world... two students go against each other, the first to say (or write) the answer wins and moves on to challenge the next student. There are 50 slides, plenty to engage a whole class for 50 minutes. The revised version is bold, clear, and easy to read on a white background. There are also several types of right triangles in various orientations to keep things exciting. Enjoy! And I almost forgot... answers are included in the notes view on PowerPoint.
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KellyGates
Does this just cover the introductory trig ratios or does it also ask them to solve for a side/angle?
May 23, 2012
Dr. Pepper Lover  (TpT Seller)
Thanks for your question! The slides are currently set up so that students can find the ratios in simplest form. The answers that I provide are all based on ratios, not angle measures, but you could easily adapt any of the slides to ask about angle measures as well. I like the ratios because students don't need a calculator, but adding another round of angle measures could be fun! Hope this answers your question.
May 23, 2012

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