# Sohcahtoa Revision Questions For Essays

**SOH-CAH-TOA**

Understanding SOH-CAH-TOA is important to ensure your success in tests, assessments and exams.

**All Resources By Course**

S1 & S2 Maths | HERE |

National 5 Maths | HERE |

N5 Maths Exam Formulae List | HERE |

Higher Maths - New Website | HERE |

AH Maths - New Website | HERE |

GCSE Maths | HERE |

All Other Courses | HERE |

**SOH-CAH-TOA Resources**

**About SOH-CAH-TOA**

It is a way of remembering how to compute the Sine, Cosine and Tangent of an angle.

It is used for finding sides and angles in right angled triangles only.

*SOH is Sine = Opposite over Hypotenuse**CAH is Cosine = Adjacent over Hypotenuse**TOA is Tangent = Opposite over Adjacent*

.

You need to know:

*How to label the triangle correctly**Hypotenuse is always opposite the right angle**Process for finding a side**Process for finding an angle*

**Study Guides**

We cover everything you need to know about *SOH-CAH-TOA* in the Study Guides.

Passing your Maths exam significantly increases your career opportunities. Subscribing to the wealth of fantastic additional resources in the Online Study Pack may therefore be one of your best ever investments.

If you are looking for a ‘good’ Pass then give yourself the best possible chance of success in 2017/18 by being fully prepared and subscribe to the complete Online Study Pack today!

Get the Study Pack - just £9.99

Teachers click here >

### 6 different ways for you

to study SOH-CAH-TOA

### Theory Guides

Over 60 Theory Guides on key Maths topics - N5 Exam questions used to aid understanding!

### Worksheets Solutions

Dozens of worked solutions to worksheets to check your answers

### Exam Questions by Topic

Questions & answers to exam questions by topic - great for addressing problem areas

### Exam Paper Worked Solutions

Step-by-step worked solutions to N5 past exam papers - unavailable elsewhere

### Practice Booklets

Practice Booklets ensuring success in assessments, tests & exams

### Self Reflection Guides

Self reflection guides to assess your Maths knowledge

Hello,

I'm sorry if it seems like a stupid question, but maths is my weakest subject! i'm trying to limit down my revision for maths because, I've got so many other subjects to revise for and i feel like i'm spending too much time on maths. Is there any chance any could just give me a list of topics that won't appear on the non calculator paper? or can any topic appear really? thanks for any help.Hi,

I am also currently doing GCSEs but both my exams are calculator papers. So maybe you should say what board you do? Or check on the specification for that board because if both papers have different topics it would probably say it on there.(Original post by**tkb661998**)

Hello,

I'm sorry if it seems like a stupid question, but maths is my weakest subject! i'm trying to limit down my revision for maths because, I've got so many other subjects to revise for and i feel like i'm spending too much time on maths. Is there any chance any could just give me a list of topics that won't appear on the non calculator paper? or can any topic appear really? thanks for any help.Hello!

I'm also taking the Maths Paper and had these exact thoughts. I'll show you my though process:

Anything involving sin(), cos() and tan() - This removes Trig/SOHCAHTOA - You need to remember that Pythagoras can still come up, just with basic numbers.

Advanced Volume - one of like a cone or anything requiring you to multiply large decimals.

Trial and Improvement (thank god) - Obviously, you can't really calculate 53.64 cubed.

Direct/Inverse Proportion - Little bit of a tricky one, came up on**one**of the past papers I have done, it has the potential I guess.

-- What to revise?

Looking at the past papers from the past 4 years, I've found that some topics always come up.**Surds - Factorising or 'proving that x ='****Circle Theorems - Usually comes up as a simple 3 marker at the beginning or a 6marker on something like alt segment theory****Ratio and Proportion - Pretty much a standard thing to expect 'daisy has 100g of cake mix, butter and flour in ratio 3:6'****Cumulative Freq - Usually a multiple ( a, b, c) part question, requiring you to fill in a table and then complete a graph****Box Plots - Majority of papers I've done have these on, either creating one or analysing them for IQR etc.****Vectors - Sometimes come up, usually its either again a 3-4 marker for a simple what is BA or is a show how these are parallel****Completing the square - Standard really, 'put 3x + 6x +21 into the formula'****Simultaneous Equations - Always a damn one of these, usually towards the back of the paper****These are not all the topics that can come up obviously, it would be good to check the exam board spec- for all the topics you need to know.****If you're having any problems, I suggest checking out the YT Channel 'HegartyMaths' - He has a playlist on all the essential GCSE Higher topics, really good for revision!**

Hope this helps!

## 0 Thoughts to “Sohcahtoa Revision Questions For Essays”