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### 07_031A

Course: MAC 1147, Spring 2012
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1147 MAC (031A) - Quiz #7 Name: For full credit, you must show all work and circle your nal answer. 1 You are skiing down a mountain with a vertical height of 1000 feet. The distance from the top of the 2000 mountain to the base is feet (hint: this is the hypotenuse). What is the angle of elevation from 2 the base to the top of the mountain? points) 2 Evaluate (2 the sin, cos, and tan of 3 Write the...

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1147 MAC (031A) - Quiz #7 Name: For full credit, you must show all work and circle your nal answer. 1 You are skiing down a mountain with a vertical height of 1000 feet. The distance from the top of the 2000 mountain to the base is feet (hint: this is the hypotenuse). What is the angle of elevation from 2 the base to the top of the mountain? points) 2 Evaluate (2 the sin, cos, and tan of 3 Write the equation for a sine curve with period 4 , amplitude 3, left phase shift of 10 . (3 points) 3 shift down by 2. (3 points) , and vertical 2 University of Florida Honor Code: On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in doing this assignment. Signature
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