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Quiz08 - Math 115 Fall 2007 Quiz#8 Sections 6.1-6.3 Name...

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Math 115 Fall 2007 Quiz #8 Sections 6.1-6.3 Name _______________________________________ RUID# _______________________ Section: 14 (12:15), 15 (1:55), 16 (3:35)___________ All work must be shown in the problems below in order to receive full credit. Credit may not be given for unsupported work. Please clearly highlight all final answers. #1 (6 points) Find the six trig ratios of the angle indicated below: sin θ = _____ cos θ = _____ tan θ= _____ csc θ = _____ sec θ = _____ cot θ = _____
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Unformatted text preview: #2 (4 points) Find exact values of the following: (a) Find an angle between 0° and 360° that is co-terminal with 440° (b) Find the angle in the second quadrant that has a reference angle of 25°. #2 (5 points) An explorer measures the angle between his position and the top of a nearby mountain to be 26.5°. 1000 feet closer, the angle is now 37°. What is the height of the mountain? (Hint: You’ll have two unknowns – the height and the distance to the mountain)...
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