# Please sines

### Índice

- Where is Sines?
- What to see and do in Sines?
- What is the weather like in Sines Spain?
- How to get to Sines from Lisbon?
- What are the key facts of sines?
- What is Sine in trigonometry?
- How do you use the law of sines?
- How do you find the sine of an angle?
- What are the best places to visit in Sines?
- What to do in Sines in Lisbon?
- What is Sines famous for?
- What is the coast like around Sines?

### Where is Sines?

Where is Sines? Located in the Setúbal District, the Alentejo region, and subregion of the Alentejo coast, the town is about 150 km from the country’s capital of Lisbon. It is perched on the tip of Sines Cape, which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean.

### What to see and do in Sines?

From the port of Sines southward, the strips of sandy beaches and smooth bays alternate with enormous rocky formations and wild brush and dunes. Depending on the time of year, visitors to the beaches surrounding Sines can also marvel in the large swells and wave activity.

### What is the weather like in Sines Spain?

The climate in Sines is fairly mild, with winters seeing more precipitation and summers being dry and hot. During the spring, average temperatures fall between 20 degrees Celsius (68°F) and 25 degrees Celsius (77°F), while July and August tend to be the hottest months of the year.

### How to get to Sines from Lisbon?

If you’re arriving in Portugal via Lisbon, you will find that it is quite convenient to travel to Sines from the capital city. The fastest and most obvious way is by car – Sines is just a 1h 45min drive from Lisbon, with the fastest routes leading via the A2 and IP8.

### What are the key facts of sines?

The municipality, divided into two parishes, has around 14,214 inhabitants (2021) in an area of 203.30 km 2 (78.49 sq mi). Sines holds an important oil refinery and several petrochemical industries. It is also a popular beach spot.

### What is Sine in trigonometry?

In mathematics, the sine function is one of the three main trigonometric functions. The sine of an acute angle can be defined with a right triangle: the sine value of an angle is the ratio of the length of the side that is opposite that angle (a in the diagram) to the length of the longest side of the triangle (the hypotenuse, c in the diagram).

### How do you use the law of sines?

The Law of Sines can be used to solve for the sides and angles of an oblique triangle when the following measurements are known: 1 Two angles and one side: AAS (angle-angle-side) or ASA (angle-side-angle) 2 Two sides and a non-included angle: SSA (side-side-angle) More ...

### How do you find the sine of an angle?

Once such a triangle is chosen, the sine of the angle is equal to the length of the opposite side, divided by the length of the hypotenuse: [5] The other trigonometric functions of the angle can be defined similarly; for example, the tangent is the ratio between the opposite and adjacent sides. [5]

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What to do in Sines in Lisbon?