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TRIGONOMETRY

1. The angle of elevation of the top of an incomplete vertical pillar at a

horizontal distance of 100 meters from its base is 45 degrees. If the angle

of elevation of the top of the complete pillar at the same point is to be 60

degrees, then the height of the incomplete pillar is to be increased by how

much?

a. 73.21

b. 100

c. 173.21

d. 26.79

Answer:

Solution:

2. The function f is defined for 0 x 360, f(t) = 3sin(2t-1). What is the period

of the waveform?

a. /4

b. 2

c.

d. /2

Answer:

Solution:

Compare f(t) = a sin(bt c) + d with f(t) = 3 sin(2t 1), then b = 2

P=

2 2

= =

b

2

determine the side of the triangle.

a. 34.64

Answer:

b. 41.57

c. 83.14

d. 20.78

c. 4

d. 25

Solution:

a. 29

b. 21

Answer:

Solution:

2 log5(x 4) = 4

log5(x 4)2 = 4

(x 4)2 = 54

x2 8x + 16 = 625

x2 8x 609 = 0

(x 29)(x + 21) = 0

5. Solve for x:

log 5 log (x+4) log 3 log (x+4) = log 3 log 5

A. 18.89

B. 56.67

C. 23.12

D. 27.86

6. Given the triangle ABC with side AB= 210m , BC = 205m and AC = 110m. Find the

largest angle.

A. = 77 09 24 B. = 97 09 24

C. = 81 19 24

D. = 86 0944

7. What is the length of the arc intercepted by a central angle 95 in a circle whose radius is

12m?

A. 19.89 m

8

.

a)

9

.

B. 23.54 m

15

b)

C. 32.78 m

2 cos2 =1+sin

at

30

D. 120 m

0 90 .

45

c)

d)

60

Find the height of a tree if the angle of elevation of its top changes from 30 0 to

450 as the observer advances 20 ft toward its base.

d)

a) 20 3 ft .

b) 20 3+ 20 ft .

c) 10 3 ft .

10 3+10 ft .

1

0.

1

1

ln ( x3 ) + ln ( x2 ) =ln ( 2 x +24 )

greater than 3

a) 3

b) 6

c) 9

d) 12

a)

5

3

b)

5

3

c)

3

5

d)

3

5

a) 3x

b) 3x 4x3

c) 4x3 3x

d) 3 4x2

should be shown).

a) none

thrice

b) once

c) twice

d)

C 100, b 20

14.What is the measure of side c of triangle ABC where

a 15

?

a) 27

b) 30

c) 35

and

d) 38

15.If m and n are integers such that m log 2502 + n log2505 = 3, what is the exact

value of m + 2n?

a) 6

b) 21

c) 12

d) 18

whose radius is 12m?

s=r

S = (12) ( 950.)

180 o

B. 19.89 m

= 19.89m

B. 23.54 m

C. 32.78 m

D. 120 m

sinx cos x + sin 2x = 1

0.5 sin2x + sin 2x = 1

sin 2x = 2/3

x = 20.90

x = 159. 10

A. 32.2o, 69.3o

C. 20.90o, 69.1o

B. -20.67o, 69.3o

D. -32.2o, 69.3o

18. If arc tan x + arc tan 1/3 = /4, find the value of x.

tan-1x + tan-1(1/3) = /4

apply tangent to both sides

tan( tan-1x + tan-1(1/3)) =tan( /4)

let A = tan-1x

and B = tan-1(1/3)

tan(A + B) = 1

tan A tan B

1

1 tan A tan B

x + 1/3 = 1 (x)(1/3)

x = 0.5

A.

1

9.

a) 0,

2

0.

B. 1/3

b)

C.

,

5

3

D. 1/5

at

c)

0 90 .

,

d)

,0

angle of 1200.

d)

a) 20 units .

c) 10 units

b) 20 3 units

10 3 units

2

1.

greater than 3.

a)

2

2

2

.

c)

d)

7

24

b)

24

7

c)

25

7

d)

25

24

If A is an acute angle of right triangle ACB and sin A = 2x/3. Find cot A.

a)

2

.

b)

The sides of right triangle ABC are given as BC= 7 and AC=24. Find sec A

a)

1

2

94 x2

2x

b)

3

94 x2

c)

2x

3

d)

9

2x

a) 280

b) 1180

I. (log x)2 = log x2

II. log z4 = 2 log z2

III. (log y)2 = log(log y)

IV. log (x/y) = log x log y

a) I and II

b) II and III

c) 1520

d) none of

these

c) II and IV

d) III and IV

a) cos A

b) cos A

c) sin A

d) sin A

27. Solve for in the equation 3tan^3 x-3tan^2 x-tanx+1=0 at 090.

a) 0, 300

b) 0, 450

c) 300, 450

d) 450, 900

28. Find the length of the chord of a circle of radius 40 cm subtended by a central

angle of 1200.

A. 40

B. 403

C. 20

D. 203

any real number greater than -2

A. -3+5

B. -3-5

C. -1+2

D. -1-2

30. The sides of right triangle ACB are given as BC= 9 and AC=40. Find csc A.

a. 9/41

b. 40/41

c. 41/9

d. 40/41

a. 11/6

b. 5/6

c. (-11)/5

d. 6/11

log 5 log (x+4) log 3 log (x+4) = log 3 log 5

a) 18.89

b) 56.67

c) 23.12

d) 27.86

33. Given the triangle ABC with side AB= 210 m, BC = 205m, and AC = 110m. Find

the largest angle.

a) 777 09 24

d) 867 0944

b) 977 09 24

c) 817 19 24

34. What is the length of the arc intercepted by a central angle 95 in a circle

whose radius is 12m?

a) 19.89 m

b) 23.54 m

.

a)

3

6.

150

c) 32.78 m

d) 120 m

sin 2=cos .

0

b) 30

c)

45 0

d)

the height of the tower?

a) 76.31 m

b) 73.31 m

3

7.

Given:

a)

1

n

log 4

b)

c) 73.16 m

30

600

. He walks

600 . What is

d) 73.61 m

1

7

c)

1

n

d)

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