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# Naughton/IMP3/2007-2008

## Do your work on a separate sheet of paper!!!

Naughton/IMP3/2007-2008

## separate sheet of paper.

1. Express the following degree measurements in radians. Your answer should be exact i.e., not a decimal. Check your work by drawing a unit circle (e.g., is it reasonable?) and a calculator (e.g., is it numerically equivalent?) a) 75

b) 225

c) 240

d) 330

2. Express the following radian measurements in degrees. Express both as a reduced fraction AND as a decimal rounded to the ones place. Again, draw a unit circle to help you visualize where it is located. a)

5 6

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b)

4 3

c)

7 4

d) 3.5

3. Maddie and Clyde ride a Ferris wheel at Megafest. The wheel has a 80 meter diameter and turns around completely in 60 seconds with its highest point 95 meters off the ground. Assume that Maddie and Clydes height, h, about the ground is a sinusoidal function with respect to time, t (in seconds) where t=0 represents the 3:00 position. a. Draw a diagram showing the Ferris wheel and all dimensions b. Write an equation for h(t) c. Draw a graph over the domain 0 t 60 d. If there is a 25 meter high fence around the wheel, what percent of the time will they be able to see over the fence?

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4. Repeat #3a and #3b if t=0 represents the 7:00 position. Check your result with a graphing calculator.

5. Create an equation for a cosine wave that has an amplitude of 10, a midline of 3, and a period of 10 seconds. Whats the angular speed of this function?

6. Find another angle , 0o < < 360o, that has the same sine as 36o. Use a drawing / sketch to show why your result is correct.

7. Find another angle , 0o < < 360o, that has the same cosine as 256o. Use a drawing / sketch to show why your result is correct.

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