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Unit 1 Test

No work, No Credit!

1. 6ã

Determine the quadrant in which the terminal side of an angle of ÄÄ

5

lies.

a. The terminal side lies on one of the axes.

b. III

c. IV

d. I

e. II

2. 7ã

Which of the following angles is coterminal to é = -ÄÄ?

12

a. 17ã

ÄÄÄ

12

b. 19ã

-ÄÄÄ

12

c. None of these

d. 5ã

ÄÄ

12

e. 5ã 19ã

Both ÄÄ and -ÄÄÄ

12 12

3. ã

Determine which of the following angles is complementary to é = Ä.

6

a. ã

Ä

3

b. 13ã

ÄÄÄ

6

c. 11ã

-ÄÄÄ

6

d. None of these

e. 5ã

ÄÄ

6

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4. 5ã

Convert to degrees: ÄÄ.

12

a. 150ø

b. 75ø

c. 82ø

d. 36ø

e. None of these

a. 286.48ø

b. 0.04ø

c. None of these

d. 143.24ø

e. 450.00ø

a. -13.95ø

b. None of these

c. -12.05ø

d. -13.7042ø

e. -12.2958ø

a. 178ø 77' 50"

b. 178ø 46' 30"

c. 178ø 27' 47"

d. None of these

e. 178ø 7' 12"

of 15 inches. Find é.

a. None of these

b. 171.9ø

c. 166.1ø

d. 168.2ø

e. 177.9ø

has the bicycle traveled?

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10. Find the point (x, y) on the unit circle that corresponds to the real

ã

number t = -Ä.

4

a. None of these

b. (1, -1)

c. ´ÚÄ ÚÄÃ

³û2 û2³

³ÄÄ, -ÄÄ³

’ 2 2Å

d. ´1 1Ã

³Ä, -Ä³

’2 2Å

e. ´ÚÄ ÚÄÃ

³û2 û2³

³ÄÄ, ÄÄ³

’ 2 2Å

11. 4ã

Give the exact value of tan ÄÄ.

3

a. ÚÄ

û2

b. 1

ÄÄ

ÚÄ

û3

c. None of these

d. 1

-ÄÄ

ÚÄ

û2

e. ÚÄ

-û3

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12. ´ 3ãÃ

Give the exact value of cos³-ÄÄ³.

’ 4Å

a. None of these

b. ÚÄ

û2

ÄÄ

2

c. 1

-Ä

2

d. ÚÄ

û3

ÄÄ

2

e. ÚÄ

û2

-ÄÄ

2

13. 7ã

Give the exact value of sin -ÄÄ.

6

14. 7ã

Give the exact value of sin ÄÄ.

2

a. 7

b. 0

c. -1

d. None of these

e. 1

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16. 7

A right triangle has an acute angle é such that csc é = Ä. Find

3

tan é.

a. None of these

b. 3

Ä

7

c. ÚÄÄ

2û10

ÄÄÄÄ

3

d. ÚÄÄ

2û10

ÄÄÄÄ

7

e. ÚÄÄ

3û10

ÄÄÄÄ

20

17. ÚÄ

û3

Find the acute angle é, if sin é = ÄÄ.

2

a. ã

Ä

2

b. ã

Ä

3

c. ã

Ä

4

d. ã

Ä

6

e. None of these

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a. 14

b. 7

Ä

2

c. None of these

d. ÚÄ

7û3

e. 7

ÄÄ

ÚÄ

û3

19. Determine the quadrant in which é lies: tan é < 0 and cos é > 0.

a. I

b. IV

c. III

d. None of these

e. II

20. 19ã

Find the reference angle for é = ÄÄÄ.

15

a. 49ã

ÄÄÄ

15

b. 11ã

ÄÄÄ

30

c. 7ã

ÄÄ

30

d. None of these

e. 4ã

ÄÄ

15

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21. Describe the horizontal shift to the graph of g with respect of the

graph of è:

´ ãÃ

g(x) = 4 sin³2x - Ä³ and è(x) = 4 sin(2x).

’ 3Å

a. ã

Ä units to the left

6

b. None of these

c. 2ã

ÄÄ units to the left

3

d. 2ã

ÄÄ units to the right

3

e. ã

Ä units to the right

6

a. None of these

b. ´ ãÃ

è(x) = -4 sin³3x - Ä³

’ 2Å

c. ´ ãÃ

è(x) = 4 cos³3x + Ä³

’ 2Å

d. ´ ãÃ

è(x) = 4 sin³2x - Ä³

’ 3Å

e. ´ ãÃ

è(x) = 4 cos³2x - Ä³

’ 3Å

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7 ãt

equation that describes this motion is d = Ä cos ÄÄ. Find the period

4 5

of the function.

a. 2

Ä

5

b. 2ã2

ÄÄÄ

5

c. None of these

d. 10

e. 5

24. ´ ãÃ

Match the correct graph with the function: è(x) = cot³x - Ä³.

’ 4Å

a. II

b. I

c. None of these

d. III

e. IV

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´ ãÃ

y = -tan³x - Ä³?

’ 3Å

a. ã

x = Ä

3

b. 3ã

x = ÄÄ

2

c. None of these

d. 5ã

x = ÄÄ

6

e. ã

x = Ä

2

a. è(x) = 2x + sin x

b. è(x) = 2x cos x

c. è(x) = 2x sin x

d. None of these

e. è(x) = 2x + cos x

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28. ´ 1Ã

Evaluate: arccos³-Ä³.

’ 2Å

a. ã

-Ä

3

b. None of these

c. ã

Ä

3

d. 2ã

ÄÄ

3

e. ã

Ä

6

a. None of these

b. ã

Ä

4

c. 3ã

ÄÄ

4

d. 7ã

ÄÄ

4

e. ã

-Ä

4

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30. Ú ¿

³ ´ 2Ã³

Evaluate: cos³arctan³-Ä³³.

³ ’ 3Å³

À Ù

a. ÚÄÄ

2û13

ÄÄÄÄ

13

b. ÚÄÄ

2û13

-ÄÄÄÄ

13

c. ÚÄ

3û3

-ÄÄÄ

13

d. ÚÄÄ

3û13

ÄÄÄÄ

13

e. None of these

figure).

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a. è(x) = arctan(x - 1)

b. è(x) = arccot(x + 1)

c. None of these

d. è(x) = arcsin x

e. è(x) = arcsin(x + 1)

a. è(x) = arctan x

b. è(x) = arcsin x

c. è(x) = arcsin(x - 1)

d. è(x) = arctan(x - 1)

e. None of these

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a. None of these

b. ´xÃ

è(x) = arccos³Ä³

’2Å

c. è(x) = arcsin(x + 2)

d. è(x) = arccos(x - 2)

e. è(x) = arccos(2x)

a. x

è(x) = arcsinÄ

2

b. x

è(x) = arccosÄ

2

c. è(x) = arctan 2x

d. None of these

e. è(x) = arctan(x - 1)

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36. A 40-foot extension ladder leans against the side of a building. Find

the distance, h, up the side of the building if the angle of elevation

of the ladder is 68ø.

a. 38 feet

b. 37 feet

c. None of these

d. 36 feet

e. 35 feet

37. The sun is 30ø above the horizon. Find the length of a shadow cast by a

person 6 feet tall.

a. None of these

b. 7.9 feet

c. 9.6 feet

d. 10.4 feet

e. 8 feet

38. A surveyor wishes to find the distance across a river. The bearings

from 2 points 70 feet apart on the same bank of the river to a tree on the

opposite bank are N and N 34ø W. Find the width of the river.

a. 111.4 feet

b. 93.4 feet

c. 100.9 feet

d. 103.8 feet

e. None of these

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39. ã

Evaluate: cot Ä.

3

40. 2

Given sin é = -Ä, and tan é > 0, find cos é.

9

41. Determine the period and amplitude of the function: è(x) = -7 cos 3x.

42. Describe the shifts in the graph of g with respect to the graph of è:

´ ãÃ

g(x) = 1 + cos³2x + Ä³ and è(x) = cos 2x.

’ 2Å

a. ã

Ä left, up 1

4

b. ã

Ä right, up 1

4

c. None of these

d. ã

Ä left, up 1

2

e. ã

Ä right, down 1

2

43. Sketch by hand the graph of the function: è(x) = -2 sin(2x + ã).

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44. Match the correct graph with the function: è(x) = csc 3x.

a. III

b. II

c. None of these

d. IV

e. I

a. None of these

b. ã

Ä

2

c. 2ã

d. 4ã

e. ã

Ä

4

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