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1. What will be the length of the two other sides of a right triangle if the opposite side of a 60 degrees angle is 4V cm _____"

a. 8cm, 4 cm

b. 4 cm, 3 cm

c. 2 cm, 1cm

d. 4cm, 5 cm

a. Cos 8

b. Sin 30

c. Sin 8

d. Cos 2

3. If tan a = 1/2 and tan = -3/5, then the value of tan(a +,8) is

a. 5/9

b. 7/9

c. 9/7

d. 11/7

a. sec 0 = 0.8

b. sine=0.25

c. cot 0=0.5

d. tan@=2.5

5. A central angle of 45 degrees subtends an arc of 12 cm. What is the radius of the circle?

a. 12.58 cm

b. 15.82 cm

c. 12.82 cm

d. 15.28 cm

a.

b. 3

c. 4

d. 2

a. 189675888

b. 136783520

c. 15207576

d. 13678352

a.

b. 1/5

c. 1/3

d.

9. A road is tangent to a circular lake. Along the road and 12 miles from the point of tangency, another road opens towards the lake. From the

intersection of the two roads to the periphery of the lake, the length of the new road is 11 miles. If the new road will be prolonged across the

lake, find the length of the bridge to be constructed.

a. 2.09 miles

b. 6.65 miles

c. 1.20 miles

d. 8.89 miles

10. A strip of 640 sq. m is sold from a tirangular field whose sides are 96, 72 and 80 meters. The strip is of uniform width "h" and has one of its

sides parallel to the longest side of the field. Find the width of the strip.

a. 7.059 m

b. 5.89 m

c. 5.78 m

d. 6.679 m

11. The expression sin25x sin5x is equivalent to

a. 2sin10xcos5x

b. Sin20x

c. 2sin10xsin5x

d. 2sin15xsin10x

a. 49.09 cm2

b. 2812.5 cm2

c. 312.5 cm2

d. 13.09 cm2

13. Three times the sine of a certain angle is twice of the square of the cosine of the same angle. Find the angle.

a. 60o

b. 45o

c. 10o

d. 30o

14. If sin A = 2.5x and cos A = 5.5x, find the value of A in degrees.

a. 24.44

b. 32.47

c. 52.37

d. 42.47

15. One leg of a right triangle is 20 cm and the hypotenuse is 10 cm longer than the other leg. Find the length of the hypotenuse.

a. 10 cm

b. 15 cm

c. 20 cm

d. 25 cm

a. f(x)=3sin x

b. f (x)=4 tan x

c. f (x)=5 COSx

d. f (x)=4 cot x

17. The sides of a triangle lot are 130m, 180m, and 190m. This lot is to be divided by a line bisecting the longest side and drawn from the

opposite vertex. Find the length of the line (1) and the area of each lot (A).

a. 1125 m, A6520 sq.m

b. 1128 m, A2879 sq.m

c. 1110 m, A1000 sq. m

d. 1125 m, A5620 sq. m

18. If A is in the III quadrant and cos A = -15/17, find the value of cos (1/2)A.

a. -(8/17)1/2

b. -(2/17)1/2

c. -(1/17)1/2

d. -(5/17)1/2

19. Ship "A" started sailing N 40o 32' E at the rate of 3 mph. After 2 hours, ship "B" started from the same port soing S 45o 18' E at the rate of 4

mph. After how many hours wil the second ship be exactly south of ship "A"?

a. 4.37 hours

b. 2.37 hours

c. 5.37 hours

d. 3.37 hours

20. Two speedboats simultaneously sailed out from port A on a 10 km radius circle lake towards point B directly opposite of port A. The first

boat took the shortest route and reached the destination in 1 hour. The boat has to pass by port C before proceeding to port B. At what speed

will it run in order to arrive at port B at the same time with the first boat?

a. 78.89 kph

b. 67.89 kph

c. 34.57 kph

d. 27.32 kph

21. The reference angle of 0 = 210 is

a. 15

b. 45

c. 60

d. 30

22. If A is in the III quadrant and cos A = -15/17, find the value of cos (1/2)A.

a. -(2/17)1/2

b. -(8/17)1/2

c. -(5/17)1/2

d. -(1/17)1/2

a. 45.257o

b. 44.743o

c. 134.74o

d. 44o 45'

a. 30o

b. 10o

c. 20o

d. 40o

25. If A + B + C = 180o and tan A + tan B + tan C = 5.67, find the value of tan A tan B tan C.

a. 1.89

b. 5.67

c. 1.78

d. 6.75

26. The angle of elevation of the top point D of a tower A is 23o30'. From another point B the angle of elevation of the top of the tower is 55o30'.

The points A and B are 217.45 m. apart and on the same horizontal plane as the foot (point C) of the tower. The horizontal angle subtended by

A and B at the foot of the tower is 90o. Find the height of the tower CD.

a. 69.59 m

b. 90.59 m

c. 59.90 m

d. 50.90 m

a. 0

b. 1

c. 2sin2 0-1

d. 1+2cos2

a. Cos2B

b. math012-1t-

c. Cos2A

d. 2sinAsinB

a. 0.194

b. 0.491

c. 0.491

d. 0.419

a. 45o

b. 90o

c. 180o

d. 145o

a. 5 degrees

b. 6 degrees

c. 4 degrees

d. 7 degrees

33. A ladder 5 m long leans against the wall of an apartment house forming an angle of 50 degrees, 32 minutes with the ground. How high od

the wall does it reach?

a. 3.12 m

b. 2.00 m

c. 12.66 m

d. 3.86 m

34. A regular dodecagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 24. Find the perimeter of the dodecagon.

a. 151.24

b. 153.25

c. 143.63

d. 149.08

a. 810 degrees

b. 835 degrees

c. 810 degrees

d. 805 degrees

36. Determine the amplitude and the phase shift for the function f(t)= 2 sin (3x + 4)

a. 2 and 4/3

b. 2 and -4/3

c. 2 and

d. 2 and -3/4

37. Solve angle A of an oblique triangle with vertices ABC, if a = 25, b = 16 and C = 94 degrees and 6 minutes.

a. 49 degrees and 37 minutes

b. 55 degrees and 32 minutes

c. 53 degrees and 40 minutes

d. 54 degrees and 30 minutes

38. The terminal side of the angle = 500o in standard position is in quadrant.

a. III

b. IV

c. I

d. II

a. 540o

b. 360o

c. 900o

d. 720o

40. Solve for x in the given equation: arc tan(x +1) +arc tan (x - 1) = arc tan (12).

a. 1.5

b. 1.2

c. 1.34

d. 1.25

41. Two towers AB and CD are of equal height. At a point between them in the line AC joining their bases, the angle of elevation of the nearer

tower was observed to be 60o. Then at 24 m from the same point in a direction perpendicular to AC, the angle of elevation of the top of the

towers are 45o for the nearer tower and 30o for the other. Find the height of the towers (h) and their distance apart (x).

a. h=29.38 m, x=71.83 m

b. h=39.38m, x=61.83 m

c. h=49.83, x=61.83 m

d. h=29.38 m, x=61.83 m

a. 4/3

b. 8/3

c. 3/8

d. 3/5

a. 95o

b. 615o

c. 585o

d. 65o

44. The terminal side of 0 if cote > 0 and sec() >0 is in quadrant

a. III

b. I

c. II

d. IV

45. Given: x = (cos B tan B - sin B) / cos B. Solve for x if B = D45 degrees.

a. 0.5

b. 0.577

c. 0.866

d. 0

a.

b. 4

c. 2

d. 1

a. sec 4y

b. tan 4y

c. cos 4y

d. sin 4y

48. The angle of elevation of the top of the tower A from the foot of tower B is twice the angle of elevation of the top of tower B from the foot

of tower A. At a point midway between the two towers, the angles of elevations of the top of the towers are complimetary. If the two towers

are 120 m apart, what are the heights of the towers?

a. 30 m and 50 m

b. 30 m and 40 m

c. 25 m and 35 m

d. 40 m and 90 m

a. /2

b. /4

c. /3

d. /5

50. Find the other parts of the triangle given a = 48,1C = 57 degrees b = 47 units.

a. 75 , 36.16 units

b. 75 , 35.16 units

c. 75 , 33.16 units

d. 75 , 34.16 units

51. A clock has a dial face 12 inches in radius. The minute hand is 9 inches long while the hour hand is 6 inches long. The plane of rotation of the

minute hand is 2 inches above the plane of rotation of the hour hand. Find the distance between the tips of the hands of the clock at 5:40 a.m.

a. 3.89 in

b. 8.67 in

c. 7.78 in

d. 9.17 in

a. cos10x + cos6x

b. cos5x + cos3x

c. Cos8x + cos4x

d. cos32x

53. The solution set of the equation(tan x) 2 1 = 0 on the interval [0, 360) is ~{30,90,1501}

a. {45,135,225,3151

b. {0,30,330

c. 160901

54. If the terminal side of angle 13 contains the point (-5, -7) then 13 is equal to

a. 35.54

b. 35.54

c. 234.46

d. 54.47

a. tan B cos B

b. tan B + cos B

c. 2 sin B cos B

d. 2 tan B

56. A 40 m high tower stands vertically on a hillside (sloping ground) which makes an angle of 18o with the horizontal. A tree also stands

vertically up the hill from the tower. An observer on top of the tower finds the angle of depression of the top of the tree to be 26o and the

bottom of the tree to be 38o. Find the height of the tree.

a. 59.89 m

b. 89.89 m

c. 35.67 m

d. 10.62 m

57. Triangle ABC is a right triangle with the right angle at C. CD is perpendicular to AB. BC = 4, and CD = 1. Find the area of the triangle ABC.

a. 2.7

b. 2.07

c. 2.11

d. 2.43

58. If sin A = 4/5, A is in quadrant II, sin B = 7/25, B is in quadrant I. Find sin (A + B).

a. 2/5

b.

c. 3/5

d. 4/5

59. A and B are summit of two mountains rise from a horizontal plain, B being 1200 m above the plain. Find the height of A, it being given that

its angle of elevation as seen from a point C in the plain (in the same vertical plane with A and B) is 50o, while the angle of depression of C

viewed from B is 28o58' and the angle subtended at B by AC is 50o.

a. 2890.89 m

b. 1002.33 m

c. 1309.90 m

d. 3002.33 m

a. 2044

b. 2845

c. 3421

d. 3094

a. UNDEFINED

b. n

c. 0

d. 1

62. A cyclic quadrilateral has the sides AB = 8 cm; and CD = 12 cm. The fourth side DA forms the diameter of the circle. Find the area of the

circle.

a. 467.89 sq. cm

b. 87.89 sq. cm

c. 657.89 sq. cm

d. 316.68 sq. cm

63. If tan 25 = m, find the value of tan (tan 155 - tan 115) / (1 + tan 115 x tan 155). ( Note: all angles are in degrees).

a. (m2 + 1) / 2m

b. m2 + 1

c. (1 - m2) / 2m

d. (m2 - 1) / 2m

64. A corner lot of land is 35 m on one street and 25 m on the other street, the angle between the two lines of the street being 82o25'. The

other two lines of the lot are respectively perpendicular to the lines of the streets. What is the worth of the lot at P 180 per sq. m?

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