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A pole cast a shadow of 15 m. How C. 13.9 degree

long when the angle of elevation of D. 18.9 degree

the sun is 61 degree if the pole has

leaned 15 degree from the vertical 6. ECE Board November 2002

directly toward the sun? A certain angle has an explement 5

A. 48.24 times the supplement, Find the

B. 23.1 angle.

C. 54.23 A. 67.5 degree

D. 34.3 B. 108 degree

C. 135 degree

2. ECE Board March 1996 D. 58.5 degree

Solve for x in the equation: arctan

(2x) + arctan (x) = . 7. ECE Board November 2002

4 Find the height of the tree if the

A. 0.2841 angle of elevation of its top changes

B. 0.185. from 20 degrees to 40 degrees as

C. 0.218 the observer advances 23 meters

D. 0.821 toward the base.

A. 13.78 m

3. ECE Board March 1996

B. 16.78 m

The hypotenuse of a right triangle is

34 cm. Find the lengths of the two C. 14.78 m

legs if one leg is 14 cm. longer than D. 15.78m

the other.

A. 16 cm, 30 cm 8. ECE Board November 2002

B. 13 cm, 27 cm A wheel, 3 ft. in diameter, rolls down

C. 15 cm, 29 cm an inclined plane 30 degrees with

D. 10 cm, 14 cm the horizontal. How high is the

center of the wheel when it is 5 ft

4. ECE Board March 1996 from the base of the plane?

4 A. 4 ft

If sin A = , A in quadrant II, sin B =

5 B. 2.5 ft

7 C. 3 ft

, B in quadrant I, find sin (A+B) D. 5 ft

25

7

A. 9. ECE Board November 2002

5 If the complement of the angle theta

3 is 2/5 of its supplement, then theta is

B.

5 _______.

2 A. 45 degree

C. B. 75 degree

5

3 C. 60 degree

D. D. 30 degree

4

If 77 degree + 0.40 x = arctan (cot

0.25x), solve for x.

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cm long and the hypotenuse is 10 D. ¼

cm longer than the other side. What

is the length of the hypotenuse? 16. ECE board April 1999

A. 13.5 cm Sin (B – A) is equal to ____, when

B. 6.5 cm B=270 degrees and A is an acute

C. 12.5 cm angle.

D. 16.25 cm A. –cos A

B. cos A

11. ECE BOard November 2003 C. –sin A

What is the base B of the logarithmic D. sin A

function log 4 = 2/3?

A. 8 17. ECE Board April 1999

B. 2 if sec2A is 5/2, the quantity 1-

C. 3

D. 4 sin2A is equivalent to

A. 0.4

12 ECE Boars November 2003 B. 0.8

A transmitter with a height of 15 m is C. 0.6

located on top of a mountain, which D. 1.5

is 3.0 Km high. What is the farthest

distance on the surface of the earth 18. ECE Board April 1999

that can be seen from the top of the cosA 4 - sinA 4 is equal to ____.

mountain? Take the radius of the

earth to be 6400 Km. A. Cos4A

A. 205 Km. B. Sin 2A

B. 225 km. C. Cos 2A

C. 152 km. D. Sin 4A

D. 200.82 km.

19. ECE Board April 1999

13. ECE Board November 2003 Of what quadrant is A, if sec A is

If y = arcsec (negative square root of positive and csc A is negative?

2), what is the value of y in degree? A. IV

A. 75 B. I

B. 60 C. III

C. 45 D. II

D. 135

20. ECE Board April 1999

14. ECE Board November 2003 Angles are measured from the

The tangent of the angle of a right positive horizontal axis, and the

triangle is 0.75. What is the csc of positive direction is counter-

the angle? clockwise. What are the values of sin

A. 1.732 B and cos B in the 4th quadrant?

B. 1.333 A. sin B > 0 and cos B < 0

C. 1.667 B. sin B < 0 and cos B < 0

D. 1.414 C. sin B < 0 and cos B > 0

D. sin B > 0 and cos B > 0

15. ECE Board November 2003

If arctan 2x + arctan 3x = 45

degrees, what is the value of x?

A. 1/6

B. 1/3 21. ECE Board November 1997

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Find the value of x in the equation If log of 2 to the base 2 plus log of x

csc x + cot x = 3 to the base 2 is equal to 2, then the

π value of x is

A. A. 2

4

B. -2

π

B. C. -1

16 D. 3

π

C.

3 26. ECE Board November 1998

π Solve the equation cos2A = 1- cos2A

D. A. 450 ; 3150

5

B. 450 ; 2150

22. ECE Board April 1998 C. 450 ; 3450

A man finds the angle of elevation of D. 450 ; 2450

the top of a tower to be 30 degrees.

He walks 85 m nearer the tower and 27. ECE Board November 1998

finds its angle of elevation to be 60 Csc 520 degrees is equal to

degrees. What is the height of the A. csc 20 degrees

tower? B. cos 20 degrees

A. 73.61 C. tan 45 degrees

B. 28 D. sin 20 degrees

C. 30 .23

D. 82.36 28. ECE Board April 1999

What is 4800 mils equivalent in

23. ECE Board April 1998 degrees?

Find the angle in mils subtended by A. 2500

a line 10 yards long at a distance of B. 2300

5,000 yards. C. 2700

A. 2.04 mils D. 2200

B. 10.63 mils

C. 10.73 mils 29. ECE Board April 1999 /

D. 4 mils November 2000

Cos4 A – sin4 A is equal to _______.

24. ECE Board April 1998 A. cos2A

Points A and B, 1000m apart are B. cos 4A

plotted on straight highway running C. sin 2A

East and West. From A, the bearing D. sin 2A

of a tower C is 32 degree West of

North and from B, bearing of C is 26 30. ECE Board April 1999

degree North of east. Approximate Sin (B – A) is equal to _____. When

the shortest distance of tower C to B = 2700 and A is an acute angle.

the highway. A. – cos A

A. 374 m. B. cos A

B. 364 m. C. –sin A

C. 636 m. D. sin A

D. 384 m.

25. ECE Board November 1998 31. ECE Board April 1999

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If sec2A is 5/2, the quantity 1 – sin 2 A 36. ECE Board November 1999 /

is equivalent to November 2001

A. 0.40 A central angle of 45 subtends an

B. 1.5 arc of 12 cm. what is the radius of

C. 1.5 the circles?

D. 1.25 A. 12.38 cm.

B. 15.28 cm.

32. ECE Board November 1999 C. 14.28 cm.

A railroad is to be laid – off in a D. 11.28 cm.

circular path. What should be the

radius if the track is to be change 37. ECE Board November 1999

direction by 30 degrees at a distance Given: y = 4cos2X. Determine its

of 157.08m? amplitude.

A. 300 A. 2

B. 280

B. 8

C. 290

C. 2

D. 350

D. 4

33. ECE Board November 1999

38. ECE Board April 2000

If (2log4 x) – (log 49) = 2, find x.

If A +B+C = 180 and tan A + tan B +

A. 12

B. 15 tan C = 5.67, find the value of tan A

C. 13 tan B tan C.

D. 14 A. 5.67

B. 6.15

34. ECE Board November 1999 / C. 8.13

November 2001 D. 9.12

If arctan (X) + arctan (1/3) = /4, the

39. ECE Board April 2000

value of x is

Three times the sine of a certain

1 angle is twice of the square of the

A.

2 cosine of the same angle. Find the

1 angle.

B.

4 A. 30

1 B. 60

C.

3 C. 45

1 D. 10

D.

5

40. ECE Board April 2001

Solve angle A of an oblique triangle

35. ECE Board November 1999

ABC, if a = 25, b = 16 and C = 94.1

If tan4A = cot 6A, then what is the

degrees.

value of angle A?

A. 52 degrees and 40 minutes

A. 9

B. 54 degrees and 30 minutes

B. 12 C. 50 degrees and 40 minutes

C. 10 D. 54 degrees and 20 minutes

D. 14

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A. 3

41. ECE Board April 2003 B. 3

If tan A = 1/3 and cot B = 2, tan (A-B) C. 2

is equal to ______________.

D. 2

A. 11/7

B. -1/7

C. -11 / 7 47. ECE Board April 2004

D. 1/7 Given: log (2x -3) = ½. Solve for x if

the base is 9.

42. ECE Board April 2003 A. 3

Three circles with radii 3, 4 and 5 B. 12

inches, respectively are tangent to C. 4

each other externally. Find the D. 5

largest angle of a triangle formed by

joining the centers. 48. ECE Board November 2004

A. 72.6 degrees What is the value of x if log (base x)

B. 75.1 degrees 1296 = 4?

C. 73.93 degrees A. 5

D. 73.3 degrees B. 3

C. 6

43. ECE Board April 2003 D. 4

sec A tan A 49. ECE Board April 2001

Find the value of if

sec A tan A If sin A = 2.5x and cos A = 5.5x, find

csc A = 2. the value of A in degrees.

A. 4 A. 54.34

B. 2 B. 24.44

C. 3 C. 35.74

D. 1 D. 45.23

44. ECE Board November 2003 50. ECE Board April 2001

If Log 2 =x, log 3 = y, what is log 2.4 Triangle ABC is a right triangle with

in terms of x and y? right angle at C. If BC = 4 and the

A. 3x + 2y -1 altitude to the hypotenuse is a 1, find

B. 3x + y - 1 the area of the triangle ABC.

C. 3x + y +1 A. 2.43

D. 3x – y + 1 B. 2.07

C. 2.11

45. ECE Board November 2003 D. 2.70

Simplify the expression 4 cos y sin y

(1 – 2 sin 2 y) 51. ECE Board April 2001

A. sec 2y The measure of 2.25 revolutions

B. cos 2y counterclockwise is

C. tan 4y A. 810

D. sin 4y B. -810

C. 805

46. ECE Board November 2003 D. -825

If 2 log 3 (base x) + log 2 (base x)

=2 + log 6 (base x), then x equals

______.

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52. ECE Board November 2001 57. ECE Board November 1991

If cot 2A cot 68 = 1, then tan A is The captain of a ship views the top

equal to _____. of a lighthouse at an angle of 60o

A. 0.419 with the horizontal at an elevation of

B. 491 6 meters above sea level. Five

C. 0.194 minutes later, the same captain of

D. 194 the ship views the top of the same

lighthouse at an angle 300 with the

53. ECE Board April 2002 / horizontal. Assume that the ship is

April 1999 moving directly away from the

Assuming that the earth is a sphere lighthouse; determine the speed of

whose radius is 6400 km, find the the ship. The lighthouse is known to

distance along a 3-degree arc at the be 50 meters above sea level. Solve

equator of the earth’s surface. the problems by trigonometry.

A. 333.10 km A. 40.16

B. 335.10 km B. 22.16 m/ min

C. 533.10 km C. 10.16 m/ min

D. 353.01 km D. 12.16 m/ min

54. ECE Board November 1998 58. ECE Board April 1992

Two triangles have equal bases. The Given:

altitude of one triangle is 3 units P = A sin t + B cos t

more than its base and the altitude Q = A cos t – B sin t

of the other triangle is 3 units less From the given equation, derive

than its base. Find the altitudes, if another equation showing the

the areas of the triangle differ by 21 relationship between P, Q and A and

square units B not involving any of the

A. 4 and 10 trigonometric function of angle t.

B. 4 and 26 A. P 2 - Q2 =A 2 +B2

C. 6 and 14

D. 7 and 23 B. P 2 +Q2 =A 2 +B2

C. P 2 - Q2 =A 2 - B2

55. ECE Board November 1996

D. P 2 +Q2 =A 2 - B2

If sin A = 2.511x, cos A = 3.06x and

sin 2A = 3.969x, find the value of x?

A. 0.265 59. ECE Board April 1993

B. 0.256 Express 45o in mils

C. 0.625 A. 8000 mils

D. 0.214 B. 800 mils

C. 80 mils

56. ECE Board April 1991 D. 8 mils

Find the value of P if it is equal to

sin21o +sin2 2o +sin23o +...

+sin290o

A. 45.5

B. 0

C. infinity

D. indeterminate

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60. ECE Board April 1995 65. ECE Board November 1997

A pole cast a shadow of 15 meters The denominator of a certain fraction

long when the angle of elevation of is three more than twice the

the sun is 61. If the pole has leaned numerator. If 7 is added to both

15 from the vertical directly toward terms of the fraction, the resulting

the sun. What is the length of the fraction is 3 / 5. Find the original

pole? fraction

A. 53.24m A. 5 / 13

B. 54.23m B. 3 / 5

C. 53.32m C. 4 / 5

D. 52.43m D. 3 / 8

61. ECE Board April 2000 66. ECE Board April 1998

If A + B + C =180 and tan A + tan B 1

+Tan C = 5.67, find the value of tan 3 2

Arc tan 2 cos arcsin is

A tan B tan C

A. 5.67

2

B. 1.78

equal to:

C. 6.75

D. 1.89 A.

3

62. ECE Board March 1996

Solve for x in the equation: B.

8

∏

Arctan 2x +Arctan x = C.

4 4

A. 0.218

B. 0.281 D.

C. 0.182 6

D. 0.896

67. ECE Board April 1998

63. ECE Board April 1998 Two electrons have speed of 0.7c

The side of the triangle are 8, 15, 17 and x respectively at an angle of

units. If each side is doubled, how 60.82 degrees between each other.

many square units will the area of If their relative velocity is 0.65c, find

the new triangle be? x.

A. 210 units A. 0.12c

B. 200 units B. 0.16c

C. 180 units C. 0.15c

D. 240 units D. 0.14c

Find the 100th tern of the sequence.

1.01, 1.00, 0.99 …

A. 0.04

B. 0.03

C. 0.02

D. 0.05

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D. 41.6

68. ECE Board April 1998 73. Problem:

A man finds the angle of elevation of Two sides of a triangle measures 6

the top of a tower to be 30 degrees. cm. and 8 cm, and their included

He then walks 85 m nearer the tower angle is 40Find the third side.

and found its angle of elevation to be A. 5.234 cm

60 degrees. What is the height of the B. 4.256 cm.

tower? C. 5.144 cm.

A. 95.23 D. 5.632 cm.

B. 45.01

C. 76.31 74. Problem:

D. 73.61 Given a triangle: C = 100, a = 15,

b = 20. Find c:

69. ECE Board November 1998 A. 27

If an equilateral triangle is B. 34

circumscribed about a circle of C. 43

radius 10 cm, determine the side of D. 35

the triangle.

A. 34.64 cm 75. Problem:

B. 64.12 cm Given angle A= 32 degree, angle B

C. 36.44 cm = 70 degree, and side c = 27 units.

D. 33.51 Solve for side a of the triangle.

A. 10.63 units

70. Problem: B. 10 units

The angle formed by two curves C. 14.63 units

starting at a point, called the vertex, D. 12 units

in a common direction.

A. horn angle 76. Problem:

B. inscribed angle In triangle ABC, angle C = 70

C. dihedral angle degrees; angle A = 45 degrees; AB =

D. exterior angle 40 m. What is the length of the

median drawn from the vertex A to

71. Problem: side BC?

The hypotenuse of a right triangle is A. 36.8 meters

34 cm. Find the length of the B. 37.4 meters

shortest leg if it is 14 cm shorter than C. 36.3 meters

the other leg. D. 37.1 meters

A. 16 cm

B. 15 cm 77. Problem:

C. 17 cm The area of the triangle whose

D. 18 cm angles are 619’32’’, 3414’46’’, and

8435’42’’ is 680.60. The length of

72. Problem:

the bisector of angle C.

A truck travels from point M

A. 35.53

northward for 30 min. then eastward

B. 54.32

for one hour, then shifted N 30W. if

C. 52.43

the constant speed is 40kph, how far D. 62.54

directly from M, in km. will be it after

2 hours?

A. 43.5

B. 47.9

C. 45.2

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78. Problem: lose contact with the carrier?

Given a triangle ABC whose angles A. 5 meters

are A = 40, B = 95and side b = 30 B. 20 meters

cm. Find the length of the bisector of C. 10 meters

angle C. D. 2.13 meters

A. 20.45 cm

B. 22.35 cm 83. Problem:

C. 21.74 cm A statue 2 meters high stands on a

D. 20.85 cm. column that is 3 meters high. An

observer in level with the top of the

79. Problem: statue observed that the column and

The sides of a triangular lot are the statue subtend the same angle.

130m, 180m, and 190m. The lot is to How far is the observer from the

be divided by a line bisecting the statue?

longest side and drawn from the A. 5 2 meters

opposite vertex. The length of this B. 20 meters

dividing line is: C. 10 meters

A. 115 meters D. 2 5 meters

B. 100 meters

C. 125 meters

D. 130 meters 84. Problem:

From the top of the building 100m

80. Problem: high, the angle of depression of a

From a point outside of an point A due East of it is 30o. From a

equilateral triangle, the distance to point B due south of the building, the

the vertices is 10m, 10m, and 18m. angle of elevation of the top is 60 o.

Find the dimension of the triangle. Find the distance AB.

A. 25.63 30

A. 100

B. 19.94 3

C. 45.68

B. 100+3 30

D. 12.25

C. 100- 3 30

81. Problem: 30

Points A and B 1000m apart are D. 100+

62

plotted on a straight highway running

East and West. From A, the bearing 85. Problem:

of a tower C is 32 degrees N of W An observer found the angle of

from B the bearing of C is 26 elevation at the top of the tree to be

degrees N of E. approximate the 27o. After moving 10m closer (on the

shortest distance of tower C to the same vertical and horizontal plane

highway. as the tree), the angle of elevation

A. 264 meters becomes 54o. Find the height of the

B. 274 meters tree.

C. 284 meters A. 8.09 meters

D. 294 meters B. 7.53 meters

C. 8.25 meters

82. Problem: D. 7.02 meters

An airplane leaves an aircraft carrier

and flies South at 350 mph. the

carrier travels S 30o E at 25 mph. if

the wireless communication range of

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From point A at the foot of the which are 50 ft. apart, at the same

mountain, the angle of elevation of elevation on a direct line with the

the top B is 60. After ascending the tower. The vertical angle at a point A

mountain one (1) mile at an is 30and at a point B is 40. What is

inclination of 30to the horizon, and the height of the tower?

reaching a point C, an observer finds A. 110.29 feet

that the angle ABC is 135. The B. 92.54 feet

height of the mountain in feet is: C. 143.97 feet

A. 14,986 D. 85.25 feet

B. 12,493

C. 14,789 91. Problem:

D. 12,225 Find the supplement of an angle

whose compliment is 62

87. Problem: A. 280

A 50 meter vertical tower casts a

62.3 meter shadow when the angle

of elevation of the sum is 41.6. the B. 1520

inclination of the ground is: C. -2 6.20

A. 4.33 1

B. 4.72 D.

2

C. 5.63

D. 5.17 92. Problem:

A certain angle has a supplement

88. Problem: five times its compliment. Find the

A vertical pole is 10m from a angle.

building. When the angle of A. 67.50

elevation of the sun is 45the pole B. 157.50

C. 168.50

cast a shadow on the building 1m D. 186.50

high. Find the height of the pole.

A. 12meters 93. Problem:

B. 11 meters The sum of the interior angles of the

C. 0 meter triangle is equal to the third angle

D. 13meters and the difference of the two angles

is equal to 2/3 of the third angle.

89. Problem: Find the third angle.

A pole cast a shadow of 15 meters A. 450

long when the angle of elevation of B. 750

the sun is 61o . if the pole has leaned C. 930

D. 900

15from the vertical directly toward

the sun, what is the length of the 94. Problem:

pole? 1

A. 52.43meters The measure of 1 revolutions

2

B. 54.23 meters counter-clockwise is:

C. 52.25 meters A. 5400

D. 53.24 meters B. 5200

C. 5800

90. Problem: D. 5950

An observer wishes to determine the

height of the tower. He takes sights

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The measure of 2.25 revolutions The insides of a right triangle are in

counterclockwise is: arithmetic progression whose

A. 800 degrees common difference is 6 cm. Its area

B. 820 degrees is:

C. 810 degrees A. 270 cm2

D. 850 degrees B. 340 cm2

C. 216 cm2

96. Problem: D. 144 cm2

If Tan = x2, which of the following is

correct? 101. Problem:

1 From the top of tower A, the angle of

A. cosθ = elevation of the top of the tower B is

1+x4 46 . From the foot of a tower B the

1 angle of elevation of the top of tower

B. sinθ =

1+x4 A is 28. Both towers are on a level

1 ground. If the height of tower B is

C. cscθ = 120 m., How far is A from the

1+x4 building?

1 A. 42.3 m.

D. tanθ = B. 40.7 m.

1+x4

C. 38.6 m.

D. 44.1 m.

97. Problem:

In an isosceles right triangle, the 102. Problem:

hypotenuse is how much longer than Point A and B are 100 m apart and

its sides? are on the same elevation as the

A. 2 times foot of the building. The angles of

B. 2 times elevation of the top of the building

C. 1.5 tines from point A and B are 21 and 32,

D. none of these respectively. How far is A from the

building?

98. Problem: A. 265.4 m.

Find the angle in mils subtended by B. 277.9 m.

a line 10 yards long at a distance of C. 259.2 m.

5,000 yards. D. 259.2 m.

A. 1 mil

B. 2 mils 103. Problem:

C. 6 mils A man finds the angle of elevation of

D. 3 mils the top of a tower to be 30 degrees.

He walks 85 m. nearer the tower and

99. Problem: finds its angle of elevation to be 60

The angle or inclination of ascends degrees. What is the height of the

of a road having 8.25% grade is tower?

_____ degrees. A. 73.61

A. 5.12 degrees B. 76.31

B. 1.86 degreed C. 73.31

C. 4.72 degrees D. 71.36

D. 4.27 degrees

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C. 2 2

D. 6 2

104. Problem:

The angle of elevation of point C

from point B is 2942’; the angle of 108. Problem:

A clock has a dial face 12 inches in

elevation of C from another point A

radius. The minute hand is 9 inches

31.2 m. directly below is 5923’. How

long while the hour hand is 6 inches

high is C from the horizontal line long. The plane of rotation of the

through A? minute hand is 6 inches long. The

A. 35.1 meters plane rotation of the minute hand is

B. 52.3 meters 2 inches above the plane of rotation

C. 47.1 meters of the hour hand. Find the distance

D. 66.9 meters between the tips of the hands at

5:40 AM.

105. Problem: A. 8.23 in.

A rectangle piece of land 40 m x 30 B. 10.65 in.

m is to be crossed diagonally by a C. 9.17 in.

10-m wide roadway as shown. If the D. 11.25 in.

land cost P1,500.00 per square

meter, the cost of the roadway is: 109. Problem:

A. 401.10

If the bearing of A from B is S 40W,

B. 60,165.00

then the bearing of B from A is:

C. 651,500.00

D. 601,650.00 A. S 40W

B. S 50W

106. Problem: C. N 40E

A man improvises a temporary D. N 75W

shield from the sun using a

triangular piece of wood with 110. Problem:

dimensions of 1.4 m, 1.5 m, and 1.3 A plane hillside is inclined at an

m. With the longer side lying angle of 28 degree with the

horizontally on the ground, he props horizontal. A man wearing skis can

up the other corner of the triangle climb this hillside by following a

with a vertical pole 0.9 m long. What straight path inclined at an angle of

would be the area of the shadow on 12 degree to the horizontal, but one

the ground when the sun is vertically without skis must follow a path

overhead? inclined at an angle of 5 degree with

A. 0.5m2 the horizontal. Find the angle

B. 0.75m2 between the directions of the two

C. 0.84m2 paths.

D. 0.95 m2 A. 10.24 degree

B. 13.21 degree

107. Problem: C. 17.22 degree

A rectangular piece of wood 4 x 12 D. 15.56 degree

cm tall is tilted at an angle of 45

degrees. Find the vertical distance 111. Problem:

between the lower corner and the The sides of the triangle ABC are AB

upper corner. = 15 cm, BC = 18 cm, CA = 24 cm.

A. 4 2 Find the distance from the point of

B. 8 2 intersection of the angle bisectors to

side AB.

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A. 5.45 A. 45,065,746.09

B. 5.34 B. 56,476,062.07

C. 4.73 C. 64,754,034.02

D. 6.25 D. 24,245,258.00

112. Problem: 117. Problem:

Two straight roads intersect to form If the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

an angle of 75 degrees. Find the is 7 A.M. What is the time in a place

shortest distance from one road to a located at 135 degrees east

gas station on the other road 1 km., longitude?

from the junction. A. 4 P.M.

A. 1.241 B. 6 P.M.

B. 4.732 C. 2 P.M.

C. 2.241 D. 5 P.M.

D. 3.732

118. Problem:

113. Problem: If Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is 9

A train travels 2.5 miles up on a a.m. what is the time in a place 45o

straight track with a grade of 110’. W of longitude?

What is the vertical rise of the train A. 6 A.M.

in that distance? B. 4 A.M.

A. 0.716 miles C. 2 A.M.

B. 0.051 miles D. 8 A.M.

C. 0.279 miles

D. 0.045 miles 119. Problem:

Find the distance in nautical miles

114. Problem: and the time difference between

Four holes are to be spaced Tokyo and Manila if the geographical

regularly on a circle of radius 20 cm. coordinates of Tokyo and Manila are

Find the distance “d” between the ( 35.65 degree north Lat.; 139. 75

centers of the two successive holes. degrees East long.) and ( 14.58

A. 20 2 degree North; 120. 98 degree long.),

respectively.

B. 10 3 A. 1469 nautical miles; 4.25 hrs.

C. 15 2 B. 2615 nautical miles; 1.52 hrs.

D. 5 2 C. 1612 nautical miles; 1.25 hrs.

D. 1485 nautical miles; 1.25 hrs.

115. Problem:

120. Problem:

In a spherical triangle ABC, A =

An isosceles spherical triangle has

11619’, B = 5530’ and C = 8037’. angle A=B= 54 degree and side b=

Find the value of side a. 82 degrees. Find the measure of the

A. 115.57 degree third angle.

B. 110.56 degree A. 15824’15”

C. 118.17 degree

B. 15524’15”

D. 112.12 degree

C. 16824’15”

116. Problem: D. 16524’15”

Considering the earth as a sphere of

radius 6,400 km. Find the area of a

spherical triangle on the surface of

the of the earth whose angels are

5089’ and 120.

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from the tower observes its angle of

elevation to be only one half as

much as the angle of elevation of the

121. Problem: same tower when he moves 5 m.

On one side of a paved oath walk is nearer towards the tower. How high

a flag staff on top of it. The pedestal is the tower?

is 2 m. in height whole the flag staff A. 6 m

is 3 m, high. At the opposite edge of B. 4 m

the path walk the pedestal and flag C. 3 m

staff subtends equal angles. D. 5 m

Compute the width of the path walk.

A. 4.47 m 126. Problem:

B. 5.34 m A man finds the angle of elevation of

C. 5.74 m the top of a tower to be 30 degrees.

D. 3.78 m He walks 85 m. nearer the tower and

finds its angle of elevations to be 60

122. Problem: degrees. What is the height of the

Simplify the equation sin2 (1 + cot2 tower?

A. 73.61 m

)

B. 45.36 m

A. Sin 2 C. 66.36 m

B. 1 D. 54.21 m

C. Sin 2 Sec 2

D. Cos 2 127. Problem:

Points A and B are 100 m. Apart and

123. Problem: are of the same elevation as the foot

The angle of elevation of a top of a of the bldg. The angles of elevation

tree from a point 10 m. horizontally of the top of the bldg. from points A

away from the tree is twice the angle and B are 21 degrees and 32

of elevation at a point 50 m. from it. degrees respectively. How Far is A

Find the height of the tree. from the bldg. in meters?

A. 34.25 A. 277.36

B. 27.89 B. 271.62

C. 46.58 C. 265.42

D. 38.73 D. 259.28

A vertical pole consists of two parts, A and B are summits of two

each one half of the whole pole. At a mountains rise from a horizontal

point in the horizontal plane which plain. B being 1200 m above the

passes through the foot of the pole plain. Find the height of A, it being

and 36 m. From it, the upper half of given that its angle of elevation as

the pole subtends an angle whose seen from a point C in the plane (in

tangent is 1 / 3. How high is the the same vertical plane with A and

pole? B) is 50 degree, while the angle of

A. 74 m or 36 m depression of C viewed from B is

B. 72 m and 36 m 2858’ and the angle subtended at B

C. 60 m or 30 m by AC is 50 degree.

D. 80 m or 40 m A. 3200.20 m

B. 3002.33 m

125. Problem: C. 2989.42 m

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started from the same point at the

speed of 8 kph with a direction N

1542’ W. Determine the number of

129. Problem: hours it will take the freight ship to

A 40 m high tower stands vertically be exactly N 7525’ W of the

on a hillside (sloping ground) which passenger ship.

makes an angle of 18 degree with A. 2

the horizontal. A tree also stands B. 4

vertically up the hill from the tower. C. 8

An observer on the top of the tower D. 5

finds the angle of depression of the

top of the tree to be 26 degrees and 133. Problem:

the bottom of the tree to be 38 A truck travels from point M north

degree. Find the height of the tree. ward for 30 min., then eastward for

A. 15.29 m one hour, then shifted N. 30 degrees

B. 10.62 m West. If the constant speed is 40

C. 7.38 m kph, how far directly from M in km,

D. 13.27 m will it be after 2 hours?

A. 45.22

130. Problem: B. 47.88

Two towers A and B stands 42, apart C. 41.66

on a horizontal plane. A man D. 43.55

standing successively at their bases

observes that the angle of elevation 134. Problem:

of the top of tower B is twice that of A car travels northward from a point

the bases the angles of elevation are B for one hour, then eastward for 30

complimentary. Find the angle of one hour, then eastward for 30 min

elevation of the tower B from the then shifted N 30 E. After exactly 2

base of tower A if the height of the hours, the car will be 64.7 km

tower B is 30 m. directly away from B. What is the

A. 28.32 degree speed of the car in Kph?

B. 38.58 degree A. 45

C. 40.27 degree B. 40

D. 38.58 degree C. 50

D. 55

131. Problem:

A ship started sailing S 4235’ W at 135. Problem:

the rate of 5 kph. After 2 hours, ship A motorcycle travels northward from

B started at the same port going N point L for half an hour, then

4620’ W at the rate of 7 kph. After eastward for one hour, then shifted

how many hours will the second ship N 30 W. After exactly 2 hours, the

be exactly north of ship A? motorcycle will be 47.88 km. Away

A. 4.03 from L. What is the speed of the

B. 3.84 motorcycle in kph?

C. 2.96 A. 45

D. 5.8 B. 43

C. 130

132. Problem: D. 33

A passenger ship sailed northward

with a direction N 4225’ E at 14 kph. 136. Problem:

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water. What is its velocity with 36 m2 with the smallest angle equal

respect to the shore if it heads 55 to one third of the other angle. Find

degrees east of north in a current the length of the shortest side.

that moves 3 mi/hr west? A. 5.73 m.

A. 5.4 mph B. 9.22 m.

B. 6.743 mph C. 8.46 m.

C. 4.556 mph D. 12.88m.

D. 8.963 mph

142. Problem:

137. Problem: The difference between the angles

If the figure, BD and DC are angle at the base of a triangle is 17 48’

bisectors. If angle A= 80, how many and the sides subtending this angles

degrees is angle ADC? are 105.25 m and 76.75 m. Find the

A. 140 degrees angle included between the given

B. 120 degrees sides.

C. 150 degrees A. 90 degrees

D. 130 degrees B. 80 degrees

C. 70 degrees

138. Problem: D. 60 degrees

if a triangle ABC, angle A = 60

degrees and the angle B=45 143. Problem:

degrees, what is the ratio of sides Three forces 20 N, 30 N and 40 N

BC to side AC? are in equilibrium. Find the angle

A. 1.36 between the 30 N and 40 N forces.

B. 1.22 A. 25.97 degrees

C. 1.48 B.40 degrees

D. 1.19 C. 28.96 degrees

D. 3015’25”

139. Problem:

Find the angle B of a triangle if a = 144. Problem:

132 m., b = 224 m. And C = 28.7 One leg of the right triangle is 20

degrees. units and the hypotenuse is 10 units

A. 5903’25” longer than the other leg. Find the

B. 4903’25” lengths of the hypotenuse.

C. 3903’25” A. 20

D. 1903’25” B. 25

C. 10

140. Problem: D. 15

The area of an isosceles triangle is

72 sq.m. If the two equal sides make 145. Problem:

an angle of 20 degree with the third Determine the sum of the positive

side, compute the length of the valued solution to the simultaneous

longest side. equations: xy = 15, yz = 35, zx = 21.

A. 25.62 A. 15

B. 27.84 B. 13

C. 31.22 C. 17

D. 28.13 D. 19

141. Problem:

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bearing is S 60E, calculate the area

of the shadow of the wall on the

horizontal ground. CD is on the

ground portion of the wall and has a

146. Problem: direction of due north.

A rectangle ABCD which measures A. 78.53 sq. m.

18 x 24 units is folded once, B. 80.30 sq. m.

perpendicular to diagonal AC, so C. 73.45 sq. m.

that the opposite vertices A and C D. 71.40 sq. m.

coincide. Find the length of the fold.

A. 18.75 cm. 151. Problem:

B. 22.5 cm. A spherical triangle ABC has an

C. 21.5 cm. angle C = 90 degrees and sides a =

D. 19.5 cm. 50 degrees and c = 80 degrees. Find

the value of “b” in degrees?

147. Problem: A. 75.44

ABDE is a square section and BDC B. 74.33

is an equilateral triangle with C C. 76.55

outside the square. Compute the D. 73.22

value of angle ACE.

A. 35 degree 152. Problem:

B. 50 degree A point O is inside a square lot, if the

C. 30 degree distances from point O to the three

D. 40 degree successive corners of the square lot

are 5 m., 3 m. And 4 m, respectively,

148. Problem: find the area of the square lot.

Find the sum of the interior angles of A. 32.1

the vertices of a five pointed star B. 23.2

inscribed in a circle. C. 45.4

A. 120 degrees D. 36.6

B. 140 degrees

C. 180 degrees 153. Problem:

D. 170 degrees Find the angle in mils subtended by

a line 10 yards long at a distance of

149. Problem: 5,000 yards.

A square section ABCD has one of A. 1.0 yards

its sides equal to x. Point E is inside B. 2.04 mils

the square forming an equilateral C. 1.5 yards

triangle BEC having one side equal D. 1.3 yards

to the side of a square. It is required

to compute the angle of AED. 154. Problem:

A. 150 degrees The A point F is inside an equilateral

B. 140 degrees triangle, if the distances from F to

C. 150 degrees the three vertices of the triangle are

D. 120 degrees 3 m, 4 m, and 5 m, respectively, Find

the area of the triangle

150. Problem: A. 17.5

ABCD is a vertical wall AD = 3 m. B. 12.23

High, AB = 10 m. long. The wall is C. 19.85

built on a north south line on a D. 20.0

horizontal ground. If the elevation of

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marked 1, 2, and 3 respectively. The

length of side 3 – 1 is equal to 500

m. The angles 1, 2 and 3 are 60

155. Problem: degrees, 80 degrees and 40

If the sides of the triangle are 2x + 3, degrees respectively. If the area of

x2 + 2x, find the greatest angle. 59,352 sq. m. is cut off on the side 3

A. 120 degrees – 1 such that the dividing line 4 -5 is

B. 100 degrees parallel to 3 – 1.

C. 110 degrees 1. Compute the length of line 4 -5.

D. 130 degrees 2. Compute the area of 2 – 4 – 5.

3. Compute the distance 2 – 4.

156. Problem:

Find the value of in the equation 161. Problem:

Cosh 2 x – Sinh 2 =2cos. What are the exact values of the

A. 45 degrees cosine and tangent trigonometric

B. 60 degrees functions of acute angle A, Given

C. 30 degrees 3

that Sin A = .

D. 35.6 degrees 7

2 8

157. Problem: A.

Solve for x if Cosh x + Sinh x = 5

7.389 3 10

A. 2 B.

B. 10 20

C. 1 4 10

D. ex C.

15

158. Problem: 3 8

Find x if Cosh 2 x – Sinh 2 x + tanh 2 x D.

10

+ sech 2 x= Cosh x + Sinh x

A. 1

B. ln 2 162. Problem:

C. ex Simplify the expression sec - (sec

D. x-x ) sin 2

A. Cos 2

159. Problem: B. Cos

Triangle XYZ has base angles X = C. Sin

52 degrees and Z = 60 degrees D. Sin 2

distance XZ = 400 m long. A line AB

which is 20 m long is laid out parallel

163. Problem:

to XZ.

A flagpole is places on top of the

1. Compute the area of triangle XYZ.

pedestal at a distance of 15 m from

2. Compute the area of ABXZ.

the observer. The height of the

3. The area of ABY is to be divided

pedestal is 20m. If the angle

into two equal parts. Compute the

subtended by the flagpole at the

length of the dividing line which is

observer is 10 degrees.

parallel to AB.

1. Compute the angle of elevation of

the flagpole.

160. Problem:

2. Compute the height of the

flagpole.

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of 5m. towards the pedestal, what D. 7 mils

would be the angle of pedestal,

what would be the angle of elevation 169. Problem:

of the flagpole at this pt. In an isosceles right triangle, the

hypotenuse is how much longer than

164. Problem: its sides?

A right spherical triangle has an A. 2 times

angle C = 90 degrees, a = 50 B. 2 times

degrees, and c = 80 degrees. Find C. 1.5 times

the side b. D. none of these

A. 78.66 degrees

B. 45.33 degrees 170. Problem:

C. 75.89 degrees If tan = x2, which of the following is

D. 74.33 degrees incorrect?

1

165. Problem: A. sec =

Calculate the area of a spherical 1 X4

triangle whose radius is 5 m and 1

whose angles are 40 degrees, 65 B. cos =

1 X4

degrees, and 110 degrees.

1

A. 15. 27 C. sin =

B. 17.23 1 X4

C. 21.21 1

D. 15.87 D. cot =

1 X4

166. Problem:

171. Problem:

The sides of right triangle are in

arithmetic progression whose Find the value of y: y = (1 + cos 2)

common difference if 6 cm. Its area tan .

is: A. sin

A. 270 cm2 B. sin 2

B. 216 cm2 C. cos 0

C. 140 cm2 D. tan

D. 160 cm2

172. Problem:

167. Problem:

The angle of inclination of ascends Simplifying the equation sin 2 (1 +

of a road having 8.25 % grade is cot 2 ) gives:

____ degrees. A. 0.5

A. 4.72 B. eg

B. 5.12 C. 1

C. 4.27 D. e2X

D. 1.86

173. Problem:

168. Problem: Which of the following expression in

Find the angle in mils subtended by equivalent to sin 2

a line 10 yards long at a distance of A. 2tancot

5,000 yards. B. 2sincos

A. 4 mils C. 2sin

B. 2.5 mils D. cot

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180. Problem:

174. Problem: The ____ is the line or line segment

The equation 2 sinh x cosh x is that divides the angle into two equal

equal to: parts.

A. e-x A. angle bisector

B. ex B. apothem

C. cosh x C. perpendicular bisector

D. sinh 2x D. terminal side

175. Problem:

Find the value of sin (90+A) 181. Problem:

A. cos A sin A. _____ are the lines bisecting the

B. – cos A angles formed by the sides of the

C. cos A triangles and their extensions.

D. –sin A A. Exsecants

B. Internal angle bisector

176. Problem: C. Perpendicular bisector

If sin(x + y) = 0.766 and sin (x – y) D. Exterior angle bisectors

=0.1736. Find sin x cos y.

A. 0.9695 182. Problem:

B. 0.6732 The two legs of the triangle are 300

C. 0.4698 and 150 each, respectively. The

D. 0.8563 angle opposite the 150 m side is 26

degree. What is the third side?

177. Problem: A. 341.78 m

Solve for if coth2x – csch2 x = B. 218.61 m

C. 282.15 m

exsecant .

D. 175.23 m

A. 45

B. 30 183. Problem:

C. 60 The sides of the triangular lot are

D. 20 130, 180 and 180 m. The lot is to be

divided by a line bisecting the

178. Problem: longest side and drawn from the

A transformation consisting of a opposite vertex. Find the length of

constant offset with no rotation or the line.

distortion. A. 120

A. screw B. 240

B. translation C. 125

C. reflection D. 200

D. torsion

184. Problem:

179. Problem: The sides of the triangle are 195,

An angle whose endpoints are 157 and 210, respectively. What is

located on a circle’s circumference the area of the triangle?

and vertex located at the circle’s A. 14, 586.2

center B. 28, 586

A. central angle C. 16, 586.2

B. exterior angle D. 41, 586.2

C. supplementary angle

D. complementary angle 185. Problem:

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If sin A = and sin A +B =1, find coordinate system by an angle about

5

cos B: a fixed point.

A. 0.70 A. involution

B. 0.80 B. revolution

C. 0.60 C. dilation

D. 0.100 D. rotation

186. Problem:

A Meralco tower and a monument

stand on a level plane. The angles of

depression of the top and bottom of 190. Problem:

the monument viewed from the top A rotation combined with an

of the Meralco tower at 13 degrees expansion or geometric con -

and 35 degrees respectively. The traction.

height of the tower is 50 m. Find the A. screw

height of the monument. B. shift

A. 33.541 m C. twirl

B. 64.12 m D. twist

C. 32.10

D. 36.44 m 191. Problem:

Find the sin x if 2sinx + 3cosx - 2 = 0

187. Problem: A. 1 and 5 / 13

A wire supporting a pole is fastened B. 3 and 5 / 15

to it 20 feet from the ground and to C. 15 and 5 / 13

the ground 15 feet from the pole. D. 1 and -5 / 13

Determine the length of the wire and

the angle it makes with the pole. 192. Problem:

A. 25 ft, 36.87 degrees If sin A = 4 / 5, A in quadrant II, sin B

B. 25 ft, 53.17 degrees = 7 / 25, B in quadrant I, find the sin

C. 24 ft, 36.87 degrees (A + B)

D. 24 ft, 53.17 degrees A. 2 / 5

B. 3 / 5

188. Problem: C. 4 / 5

Point A and B are 100 m apart and D. 6 / 5

are of the same elevation as the foot

of a building. The angles of elevation 193. Problem:

of the top of the building from points If sin A = 2.57 x; cos A = 3.06x, and

A and B are 21 degrees and 32 sin 2A = 3.939x, find the value of the

degrees respectively. How far is A x.

from the building in meters? A. 0.150

A. 259.28 B. 0.100

B. 325.00 C. 0.250

C. 454.85 D. 0.350

D. 512.05

194. Problem:

189. Problem: if cos = 3 2 , then find the value

of x if x = 1- tan 2 ?

A. 2 / 3

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B. 4 / 3

C. 8 / 9

D. 1 / 9

195. Problem:

If sin - cos = - 1/3, what is the

value of sin 2?

A. 8 / 9

B. 4 / 9

C. 10/ 12

D. 10 / 15

A. 4114’48”, 6310”48”

B. 4523’43”, 6612’45”

196. Problem: C. 4013’35”, 6612’45”

Given the parts of the spherical D. 2224’3”, 6012’45”

triangle:

A = 6030’ 198. Problem:

b = 3815’ From the given parts of the spherical

a = 4030’ triangle ABC, compute for the angle

A.

A = 5230’

B = 4834’

C = 12015’

A. 4535’

B. 4430’

C. 4743’

D. 4640’

197. Problem:

In the spherical triangle shown, A. 12842’

following parts are given:

B. 5716’

A = 4018’

C. 14132’

C = 7500’

D. 11416’

c = 10010’

b = 6525’ 199. Problem:

The ____ is an imaginary rotating

sphere of gigantic radius with the

earth located at its center.

A. celestial sphere

B. chronosphere

C. exosphere

D. astrological sphere

200. Problem:

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A. right ascension and declination

B. longitude and latitude

C. North Pole and South Pole

D. zenith and nadir

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