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Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 1 Solution Find the measure of ∠BDC to the nearest tenth of a degree

as shown in the accompanying diagram. Find the resultant speed of the jet. to the nearest tenth of a degree.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 2 A jet is flying at a speed of 526 miles per hour. . to the nearest tenth of a degree. Use this answer to find the measure of the angle between the resultant force and the wind vector. as shown in the accompanying diagram. Use this answer to find the measure of the angle between the resultant force and the wind vector. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 2 Solution A jet is flying at a speed of 526 miles per hour. Find the resultant speed of the jet. The pilot encounters turbulence due to a 50-mile-per-hour wind blowing at an angle of 47°. The pilot encounters turbulence due to a 50-mile-per-hour wind blowing at an angle of 47°. to the nearest tenth of a mile per hour. to the nearest tenth of a mile per hour.

and diagonal BD = 15 . AD = 8 . . Find ∠BAD to the nearest degree. AD = 8 . Using this angle. Using this angle. Find ∠BAD to the nearest degree. find the area of parallelogram ABCD to the nearest tenth. AB = 12 . and diagonal BD = 15 . find the area of parallelogram ABCD to the nearest tenth.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 3 In parallelogram ABCD. AB = 12 . Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 3 In parallelogram ABCD.

Elm Street and Pine Street. John’s house (J ) is on Elm Street and is 3.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 4 Two straight roads. John’s house (J ) is on Elm Street and is 3. Find.6 miles from the intersection. Elm Street and Pine Street. the direct distance between the two houses. .2 miles from the point of intersection. intersect creating a 40° angle. to the nearest tenth of a mile. intersect creating a 40° angle. Find. as shown in the accompanying diagram. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 4 Solutions Two straight roads. the direct distance between the two houses.2 miles from the point of intersection. to the nearest tenth of a mile. Mary’s house (M ) is on Pine Street and is 5.6 miles from the intersection. Mary’s house (M ) is on Pine Street and is 5. as shown in the accompanying diagram.

and C for every distinct triangle that can be constructed. m∠A = 125º . B. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 5 Solution In ∆ABC. and BC = 12 . AB = 10 . AB = 10 . B. and C for every distinct triangle that can be constructed. Find the number of distinct triangles AND the angle measures of angles A. . Find the number of distinct triangles and the angle measures of angles A. and BC = 12 . m∠A = 125º .Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 5 In ∆ABC.

If the angles between the sides and the longer base each measure 68.30 feet. and the longer base measures 12.4°. find the length of one brace to the nearest tenth of a foot. The sides of the frame each measure 5.70 feet. The sides of the frame each measure 5.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 6 A wooden frame is to be constructed in the form of an isosceles trapezoid. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 6 Solution A wooden frame is to be constructed in the form of an isosceles trapezoid. . with diagonals acting as braces to strengthen the frame. and the longer base measures 12. find the length of one brace to the nearest tenth of a foot.30 feet. If the angles between the sides and the longer base each measure 68.70 feet. with diagonals acting as braces to strengthen the frame.4°.

both to the west of Big Ben. To the nearest meter.5 degrees. the angle of elevation to the top of Big Ben is 65 degrees. the angle of elevation to the top of Big Ben is 49. the angle of elevation to the top of Big Ben is 49. From Susan's position. From Jorge's position. how tall is Big Ben? . From Jorge's position. the angle of elevation to the top of Big Ben is 65 degrees. To the nearest meter. how tall is Big Ben? Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 7 Solution Susan and Jorge stand 38 m apart. both to the west of Big Ben.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 7 Susan and Jorge stand 38 m apart. From Susan's position.5 degrees.

What is the measure of the third side of the plot of land. to the nearest square yard? . He measures two of the sides and the angle formed by these two sides and finds that the lengths are 400 yards and 200 yards and the included angle is 50°. to the nearest yard? What is the area of this plot of land.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 8 A surveyor is mapping a triangular plot of land. He measures two of the sides and the angle formed by these two sides and finds that the lengths are 400 yards and 200 yards and the included angle is 50°. to the nearest square yard? Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 8 Solution A surveyor is mapping a triangular plot of land. What is the measure of the third side of the plot of land. to the nearest yard? What is the area of this plot of land.

After continuing in level flight to point B. Find.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition) : Card 9 An airplane traveling at a level altitude of 2050 feet sights the top of a 50-foot tower at an angle of depression of 28º from point A. Find. After continuing in level flight to point B. the distance that the plane traveled from point A to point B. the angle of depression to the same tower is 34º. the angle of depression to the same tower is 34º. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition) : Card 9 Solution An airplane traveling at a level altitude of 2050 feet sights the top of a 50-foot tower at an angle of depression of 28º from point A. the distance that the plane traveled from point A to point B. to the nearest foot. to the nearest foot. .

to the nearest tenth of a kilometer. From the yacht. to the nearest tenth of a kilometer. the lighthouse and the sailboat are separated by an angle of 48º a) Given these measures. and lighthouse? b) Determine all possible the distances from the yacht to the sailboat. sailboat. Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 10 Solution A lighthouse at point L is 10 km from a yacht at point Y and 8 km from a sailboat at point B. From the yacht. the lighthouse and the sailboat are separated by an angle of 48º a) Given these measures. . sailboat. how many triangles could be formed between the yacht.Speed Math (Trig Applications Edition): Card 10 A lighthouse at point L is 10 km from a yacht at point Y and 8 km from a sailboat at point B. how many triangles could be formed between the yacht. and lighthouse? b) Determine all possible the distances from the yacht to the sailboat.

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