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# Pre1330_7o1 - 2 Example 3: An isosceles triangle has sides...

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Section 7.1 – Solving Right Triangles 1 Section 7.1 Solving Right Triangles In this section we’ll solve right triangles, which means that you will find all lengths and measures that were not given. You’ll use the six trigonometric functions of an angle to do this. Applications with Right Triangles Example 1: Use the given angle and the given side to find x and y in the triangle below. Example 2: In MAT with right angle A, MA = 9 cm and AT = 7 cm. Find angle M. 40 ° x 10 ft. y
Section 7.1 – Solving Right Triangles

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Unformatted text preview: 2 Example 3: An isosceles triangle has sides measuring 9 inches, 14 inches, and 14 inches. What are the measures of its angles? Example 4: A 216 foot ladder is leaned against the side of a building. If the ladder forms a 41 angle with the ground, how high up the side of the building does the ladder reach? Section 7.1 Solving Right Triangles 3 Example 5: The angle of elevation to the top of a building from a point on the ground 125 feet away from the building is 8 . How tall is the building?...
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## This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course MATH 1330 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston.

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Pre1330_7o1 - 2 Example 3: An isosceles triangle has sides...

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