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TRIGONOMETRY

1. If a right with C = 90, a = 8 and c = 20,

then the value of angle B is _____.

A. 23.58

B. 66.42

C. 23.48

D. 66.52

2. Which of the following cases on oblique

triangles is the ambiguous case?

A. Two angles and a side given

B. Two sides and an excluded angle given

C. Two sides and an included angle given

D. Three sides given

3. Which of the following sets of numbers is a

Pythagorean triple having an area of 60

square units for the associated triangle?

A. (6, 8, 10)

B. (3, 4, 5)

C. (8, 15, 17)

D. (9, 40, 41)

B. sin

A. 1

C. 2

D. cos

length contained in a central angle of 135?

A. 21

C. 4

/4 cm

/3 cm

B. 3

D. 3

/28 cm

/4 cm

equal to

A. 57.294

B. 57.286

C. 57.296

D. 57.297

9. Which of the following is a coterminal of

495?

A. 13

/4

C. 3 /4

B. 19

= -

360, sin

of the top of the tower B is 46. From the foot

of tower B the angle of elevation of the tower

A is 28. Both towers are on a level ground. If

the height of tower B is 120 m, how high is

tower A?

A. 38.6 m

B. 44.1 m

C. 42.3 m

D. 40.7 m

/4

D. 5 /4

B. csc A

D. sin A

is 12 cm, what is the length of the

hypotenuse?

A. 12 cm

B. 24 cm

C. 16 cm

D. 12 2 cm

14. If cot

How far is it from an observer?

A. 787.27 m

B. 1,574.54 m

C. 1,846.32 m

D. 923.16 m

7.

A. cos A

C. 1/cos A

1+cos 156

2

A. cos 78

C. sin 78

x=

= 30 and AC = 38 in, find its area.

A. 494 in2

B. 988 in2

C. 247 in2

D. 123 in2

A. -

C.

is equal to

B. cos 312

D. sin 312

5

12

and 180

is equal to

12

13

5

13

B. -

D.

5

13

12

13

value of tan(x+y)?

A. 1/2

B. 1/6

C. 2

D. 1

16. The following are identical to cos 2 except

for

A. cos2 sin2

B. 2cossin

C. 2cos2 1

D. 1 2sin2

17. In triangle ABC, where A=65, B=40 and

b=20, the value of side a is __________.

A.

20 sin 40

sin 65

B.

20 sin 65

sin 40

C.

20 sin 40

sin35

D.

20 sin 35

sin 40

A. 0

C. cot2

B. 1

D. sin2

with amplitude of 3, period 2 and phase shift

/2.

A. y

3cos2x

B. y = 3cos(2x +

x-

D. y = 3cos(

2 )

and the positive direction is counterclockwise.

What are the values of sin B and cos B in

Quadrant IV?

A. sinB> 0 and cos B< 0

B. sinB< 0 and cos B< 0

C. sinB> 0 and cos B> 0

D. sinB< 0 and cos B> 0

21. When

parts,

A.

C.

each part is called

minute

B. degree

radian

D. second

4cos(2x)+8.

A. 4, 2

B. 4, /2

C. 8, 2

D. 4,

is_____.

A. /18

B. 7/9

C. 11/18

D. /9

24. If sec =

5

3

A. 4/5

C. 3/5

25. csc 270 = ?

A.

C.

Find c.

A. 34

B. 27

C. 43

D. 35

2 )

C. y = 3cos

3

3

A. A + B = 180

C. A 2B = 30

B. 4/5

D. 3/5

B. 1

D. 1

B. A + 2B = 30

D. A + B = 30

x = 3.

A. /4

B. /3

C. /2

D. /5

arctan(x) = /4.

A. 0.821

B. 0.218

C. 0.281

D. 0.182

and 190m. The lot is to be divided by a line

bisecting the longest side and drawn from the

opposite vertex. The length of this dividing

line is:

A. 100 m

B. 130 m

C. 125 m

D. 115 m

31. Points A and B are 100m apart and are on the

same elevation as the foot of a building. The

angles of elevation of the top of the building

from points A and B are 21 and 32

respectively. How far is A from the building?

A. 271.6 m

B. 265.4 m

C. 259.2 m

D. 277.9 m

32. Sin (BA) is equal to ____, when B = 270

degrees and A is an acute angle.

A. cos A

B. cos A

C. sin A

D. sin A

33. A PLDT tower and a monument stand on a

level plane. The angles of depression of the

top and bottom of the monument viewed from

the top of the PLDT tower is 13 and 35 degree

respectively. The height of the tower is 50 m.

Find the height of the monument.

A. 29.13 m

B. 30.11 m

C. 32.12 m

D. 33.51 m

34. If sec2 A is 5/2, the quantity 1 sin 2 A is

equivalent to

A. 2.5

B. 1.5

C. 0.4

D. 0.6

35. (cos A)4 (sin A)4 is equal to ________.

A. cos 4A

B. cos 2A

C. sin 2A

D. sin 4A

36. If cos 65 + cos 55 = cos , find in radians.

A. 0.765

B. 0.087

C. 1.213

D. 1.421

37. If sec 2A =

A in degrees.

A. 5

C. 3

1

sin13 A , determine the angle

B. 6

D. 7

2 sincoscos

2

2

1sin +sin cos

38. Evaluate:

A. sin

C. tan

1

cot A

B. cos

D. cot

1 +sin 2+ +sin 89 + sin 90

sin 0 +sin

A. 1

C. 45.5

Right Angle

Trigonometry

sin

= csc

cos

adj

hyp

tan

sec

cot

1

csc A

1

sin A

=

1

sec A

sec

1

cos A

=

cot

sin (

cos (

tan (

x y

= sin x cos y

cos x sin y

x y

= cos x cos y

sin x sin y

x y

tan x tan y

1 tan x tan y

Double Angle Formulas

sin (2x) = 2 sinx cosx

cos (2x) = cos2x sin2x

= 2cos2x 1

= 1 2sin2x

tan (2x) =

Cosine Law

a2 = b2 + c2 2bccosA

b2 = a2 + c2 2accosB

c2 = a2 + b2 2abcosC

2 tanx

1tan 2 x

Half-Angle Formulas

x

2

cos

x

2

sin

Cofuntion identities

sin = cos(90 )

cos = sin(90 )

tan = cot(90 )

cot = tan(90 )

sec = csc(90 )

csc = sec(90 )

1+cosx

2

=

1cosx

2

tan

1cosx

sinx

Cofunction Identities

sinA

= csc A =

tanA

b

sin B

adj

opp

opp

adj

cosA

a

sin A

c

sinC

hyp

adj

=

Formulas

Sine Law

hyp

opp

=

Pythagorean

Relations

cos2 x + sin2 x = 1

1 + tan2 x = sec2 x

1 + cot2 x = csc2 x

B. 0

D. 10

a tower. He takes sight at the top of the tower

from A and B, which are 50 feet apart, at the

same elevation on a direct line with the tower.

The vertical angle at point A is 30 and at

point B is 40. What is the height of the

tower?

A. 85.60 feet

B. 92.54 feet

C. 110.29 feet

D. 143.97 feet

opp

hyp

1

tan A

sinx

1+ cosx

x

2

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