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# MAC1114exam1 - MAC1114 Trigonometry Exam 1 NAME UF ID...

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MAC1114 Trigonometry NAME:________________________ Exam 1 02/04/2010 UF ID Number: _________________ Instructions: z This test consists of 13 questions. You are allowed 50 minutes for this exam. z SHOW ALL WORK CLEARLY TO RECEIVE FULL CREDITS. z Before turning in this exam, check for any transcribing errors. Any mistakes you leave are there to stay. z The answer will be posted on the course page after exam. 1. (3 points each) Match the trigonometric function with its right triangle definition. (i) sine ____ (a) hypotenuse/adjacent (ii) cosine ____ (b) opposite/adjacent (iii) tangent ____ (c) opposite/hypotenuse (iv) cosecant ____ (d) adjacent/hypotenuse (v) secant ____ (e) adjacent/opposite (vi) cotangent ____ (f) hypotenuse/opposite 2. (3 points each) Determine the quadrant in which each angle lies. (The angle measure is given in radians.) (a) 7 π /5 (b) -5 π /6 3. (3 points each) a) Find the complement of 25º. b) Find the supplement of 25º. 4. (4 points each) a) Rewrite 150º in radian measure as a multiple of π .

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b) Rewrite -7 π /60 in degree measure.
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