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# 10 a quadrilateral abcd has these dimensions ab 41 cm

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Unformatted text preview: owing measurements PQ = 650 metres ∠ QPR = 83º ∠ QPS = 127º ∠ PQR = 56º ∠ PRS = 65º Calculate the area of the field. R P S Given the sizes of A, a, and c if a < c sine A a = c sine A a>c no triangle is possible the triangle is right-angled at C only one triangle is possible otherwise, two triangles are possible fitting the data given. (This is known as ‘the ambiguous case’.) Investigate each of the following sets of data and say how many triangles are possible in each case. 14. A = 40º a = 6.1 cm c = 6 cm 20. A = 60º a = 5.08 cm c = 3.5 cm 15. A = 70º a = 5.25 cm c = 5.4 cm 21. A = 32.6º a = 5.16 cm c = 7.24 cm 16. A = 45º a = 15.4 cm c = 10.6 cm 22. A = 26.9º a = 13.0 cm c = 19.2 cm 17. A = 30º a = 4.5 cm c = 9 cm 23. A = 43.7º a = 21.3 cm c = 18.6 cm 18. A = 20º a = 6.79 cm c = 8 cm 24. A = 54.1º a = 39.5 cm c = 44.7 cm 19. A = 50º a = 3.09 cm c = 4 cm 25. A = 61.8º a = 42.6 cm c = 30.5 cm © Frank Tapson 2004 [trolPT:29] Trigonometry T/34 B The Cosine Rule: a 2 = b 2 + c 2 – 2 bc cos A b2 + c2 –...
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