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Fifth LongExam

l. Trueor False i2o0e .rn a into {a} Theexpression q 12010 12011 be simplified i. (b) Thelawof sines the lawof cosines holdtruefor righttriangles. and also (c) Therectangular (n,-n) converted the polarcoordinates (frn, coordinates to ls I). (d) Theequation cos-l(cosx) = x is an identity. ( e )c i s n - 1 = 0 (f) Thestandard polarformof -3y'3 * 3i is 6 cis f.

(g)The simplified cartesian otffiis torm
ll. Solve allpossible for values r eC. of (a) sinx = cosx ,x in radians, €R r ( b ) s i n 6 r * co ss = 6 ,0 1 xS 1 8 0" x (cl x7 - 2x3 + ZtEix3 = o

oi.

ilt.Simplify express Cartesian and in form (a) (/5+ i)" -(z+zi\E)6 (b) (c)
(3 cis zoo)2(z 1oo.) cis 18 cis 50" (+ cls rss")2(\6+i)3 (2 cds48o)s

lV.A righttriangle sides length and11.Whatarethe possible has of 9 lengths the thirdside? of

V.Solve following the completely. (a) Find 4throotsof z = 3 - 3i. Express the answer polar in form. (b) Express * form (-i 9)t ,rratgebraic a * bi. (c) Given = 2 - 2i and = fi cis(60"). zt zz Find value (z)(223) in rectangular the of form. (d) Given = -4 * 4i. Express polar z in formfor all 9, wheregis argument z. an of

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Vl.Problem Solving (a) When angle elevation the sunis 60",a telephone that istiltedat the of of pole angle directly 20o awayfromthe suncasts shadow feet longon level a 30 ground. Find length the pole. the of (b) In a children's park,a 28-feet slide makes angle 30owiththeground. top an of lts isreached a ladder by inclined to the ground. 45o Find: i. thelength the.ladder of ii.thedistance the top of the slide the ground. of to (c) At some distance fromthe base a gianttree,it is foundthatthe angle of of elevation the giant of tree is 30o. Afterwalking distance 100m a of closer the to giant tree,it isfoundthat the angle elevation the same is now60o.How of of top gigantic the tree? is

Exam FifthLong Answer Key l. Trueor False (a) False (b) True

(c)

False

(d)

False

{e) False

(f)

True

(e) True

11. (alsinx=cosx, rad,xelR x in sinx --=1 cosx tanx = 1 Possible x-l+ Z*n -r 54 * zkn
4

(clx7 - 2x3+ 2rl1ix3= o

*t(rr-z+z^6t)-s
x=0,x4-2+zt6t=0

x 4= 2 - x l \ r xa=4/1-€'\
xa = 4cis300o 'x=Q,cis(75'+90"k) fork=0,L,2,3 :. x = 0,cis75o,cist65o, cisZ55o, cds345o

Forall integers k (b)srn6r + cos6x= 5, 0o ( x ( 180o Since- ! 3 stnx,cosx 3 1, then 0 :. sin6x+ cos6x (-2, Nosolution sin6x+cos5x=5 to

\z-T')

lll.

Simplifying ( a ) (V3+ -Q+zi\fr6 t)tz

: ,, (f* l\rrz - r' lL . t/3\ lu =tr\Z*ilr' -t*\t* ,) (2cds30")tz (4cis6}")6 = 4096cis360o 4096cis360"

V.

( a) z=3- 3i
5n ^ n/J = 3"121 - J t . \ = 3"l2cis7 (..; ii)
1 Slt.. 2a-_ (3,,lZcds_n )a

=E
(b)

(zciszo")z (zcis1oo")
18cisS0" (9cis40")(Zcfs100")

5rr

^,

=ffi=cds9Oo=El
(c) (+cisrgs")z (y'5+i)3 (2cfs48")s (76cis27 (2cds3 3 0") 0") 32cis240" = 4cisL20"

18crs50o 18cis140'

- (t'll)ictr'*rtno '+ k = 0,L,2,3
:. the 4throots of z arei 5n -r 73n (3,'12)zcis (3,f 2)' cis U, r-,

(t,/T)+ ,{tAr' o'# cs'f i
zn ,,.-r. €. tD,t+Vr=cLSV ,." . Z f t - o . L-3= cis 6 n (T1 *. V 3 .i)' = (cis T 5)o

=-(-:.f)
=n+zfiil

lv.

Case 11 is the hypotenuse 1: gz+b2 = !!? b2=40

l-1 v3 =lT-T'l. l
= (C)zz3 (y'tcrs60')3 = 3r6cis180" -3y'3r =
= 21223 (2-Zi)(4\Ei)

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b=V46' Ztlto
Case b (3'd 2: side) the hypotenuse is 92+LLz-b2 b2 = 202

b = Zffi or '1202

{d) -4+4i=4(-1+i}

= l-6v3- 6V3r I

v1.

=4,tze+**o 12 \tZ'
Probfem Solving (a) Leth=length pole of

= E]k;l3s''l

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1200

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30ft 0=90o-20o=70

a = 1 8 0 o 7 0 - 3 0 o= 8 0 o
h - 30fr--= sin8Oo sin3Oo
30 to 15 . n =;;m;'{c - - ffiIt c,

100 y=6g1961of tree Let the tan60"=Z
x

y=x(tan50"))y=x€
[3nJQ"34 10O+x

y=(100+x)(tan30')

=(roo+x)(f) y=(loo+x)(€J=xy'3
(loolxx\f3) = 3rlix 1OO\E+r6x=3rf3x

= 10o\tr 2x#
ii. In a 30-60-904 lengthof the the sideopposite 30oangleis the the f length the hypotenuse. of .'.

*=]tza)ffi
in anisosceles triangle, fengths the of the legsarej timesthe lengthof the
A hypotenuse..' {. 2 2 x 2Y J X=-^It

Wre

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}/=;r=--

\" fr-

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