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TRIGONOMETRY

1)

Write down the ratios of tan, sin and cos .

5
4

2)

Find the exact value of sin , cosec , sec and cot .

7
12
6
3)
If tan 
11 , find the exact ratios of sin and cos .
4)
Find the value of x if sin 39
 cos
x
.
62
5)
Simplify cot
.
6)
tan 28
Evaluate  if sec  40  cos
ec
2
 10
7)
Evaluate tan 56 23'
correct to 3 decimal places.
8)
9)
Find  in degrees and minutes if cos   0.235.
Find the value of p in the diagram below, correct to one decimal place.
8
43 0 51’

p

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10)

7

Evaluate x to one decimal place.
49 0 19’
x

11)

Find in degrees and minutes, to the nearest minute.

2.2
1.7
12)
The angle of elevation from Amanda to the top of a tree is 51 34
' . If Amanda is
standing 5 metres out from the base of the tree, how tall is the tree, to one decimal place?
13)
A plane leaves Sydney and flies on a bearing of 235  for 500 km. How far west of
Sydney is the plane, to the nearest km?
14)
A bird is perched on top of a 10 m tower, watching a worm down on the ground. If
the angle of depression down to the worm is 67 20
' , how far does the bird need to fly
down to catch the worm? Answer to one decimal place.
15)
Lee starts a bush walk at Katoomba by walking 4 km due north. She then turns and
walks due west for 5 km. Find, to the nearest degree,
(a)
Lee’s bearing from Katoomba
(b)
the bearing of Katoomba from Lee.
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17)
18)

19)

20)

21)

22)

23)

24)

25)

Find the exact value of cos 30 0 . Find the exact value of tan 60 0 . Find the exact value of sin 45 0 . Find the exact value of cos 315 0 . Find the exact value of sin 240 0 . Find the exact value of tan (-210 0 ) In which quadrants is tan x > 0? In which quadrants is cos x < 0? In which quadrant is tan x < 0 and sin x < 0?

Given sin 3

5

and tan < 0, find the exact values of cos and cot .

26)

27)

28)

Solve 2 sin1 for

Solve

Solve 2 cos2 1 for 0

0

360

180

.

tan

3 for 180

360

.

.

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Solve sin 2

1

2

for 0

360

.

30)

31)

32)

33)

34)

Solve cos 1 for

0

360

.

Sketch the graph of y = sin x for 0 Sketch the graph of y = cos x for 0 Sketch the graph of y = tan x for 0 Simplify sin .cosec

360

360

360

.

.

.

2
35)
Simplify
9
 9
cos 
36)
Simplify
sin  + sin  .cot 2 
2
2
 tan
37)
Prove that sec
cos
ec
.
sin

1

38)
Prove that
(
1
sin
)(
1
sin
)
.
1  tan
2 
39)
Evaluate x to one decimal place.
46 0 23’
x
63 0 18’
7.6 cm
40)
Evaluate  in degrees and minutes, to the nearest minute.
93 0 45’
5.4 cm
6.8 cm

41)

(a) Evaluate n correct to one decimal place. (b) Find the area of the triangle correct to 3 significant figures.

n
2.7 m
3.5 m
102 0 34’

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42)
Find  in degrees and minutes, to the nearest minute.
5.3 cm
5.1 cm

8.7cm

43)

measures the angle of elevation as 30 0 . Jane is standing 10 metres closer to the tower than Adrian.

Adrian measures the angle of elevation of the top of a tower as 25 0 and Jane

B

30 0
25 0
C
J 10 m
A
(a)
Find the length of BJ to two decimal places.
(b)
Hence find the height of the tower to one decimal place.
44)
A ship sails for 270 km from Sydney on a bearing of 055 0 . It then turns and sails for
380 km on a bearing of 120 0 . How far is the ship from Sydney, to the nearest km?
45)
B
3 cm
A
C
F

E

D

ABCDE is a regular pentagon with sides 3 cm. Point F is drawn so that AF = BF = CF = DF = EF.

 (a) Find the size of

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1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

6)

7)

 tan  4 ,sin  3 sin  3 4 ,cos  5 5 95 ,cos ec   12 12 7 95 ,sec  ,cot  95 12 7 sin  6 11 157 ,cos  157 x = 51 0 1  = 20 0

1.504

8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
 = 76 0 25’
p = 5.8
x = 9.2
 = 37 0 42’
6.3 metres
410 km
10.8 metres
(a) 309 0 (b) 129 0
3
16)
2
17)
3
1
18)
2
1
19)
2
3
20)
-
2
1
21)
-
3
 22) 1st and 3rd 23) 2nd and 3rd 24) 4th 25) cos   4 ,cot   5 4 3 26)  =30 0 , 150 0  =60 0 , -120 0  =60 0 , 120 0 , 240 0 , 300 0  =45 0 , 135 0 , 225 0 , 315 0  =0 0 , 360 0 27) 28) 29) 30)

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y

1
x
90
0
180 0
270 0
360 0
-1
32)
y
1
x
90 0
180 0
270 0
360 0
-1
33)

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y

1
x
90 0
180 0
270
0
360 0
-1
34)
1
35)
3sin
36)
cosec 
37)
LHS
2
2
sec
 tan
sin
2
2
1 
tan
tan
sin
1
sin
 cos ec
= RHS
2
2
sec
 tan
 cos ec
sin
38)
LHS
1
2
1  tan
1
sec
2 

cos

RHS

(

1

cos

1

sin

sin

2

2

2

)(

1

sin

)

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39)

40)

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43)

44)

45)

LHS = RHS

1

1 tan

2

(

1

sin

)(

1

sin

)

x = 9.4 cm = 52 0 25’ (a) n = 4.9 m (b) 4.61 m = 113 0 32’

(a) BJ = 48.49 m (b) 24.2 m 551 km

(a) 72 0

2

(b) S = 180n - 360 0 = 540 0 (when n = 5) (c) 2.6 cm

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