Trigonometry Worksheets

Trigonometry Worksheets

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Unformatted text preview: s. In one case, the front leg (with the steps in it) is 2.8 metres long and the back (supporting) leg is 2.5 metres long. When in the working position, the angle between the legs is 40 degrees. What is the distance apart of the two legs on the floor? 20. A rhombus has all its edges 12.7 cm long. Its acute angle is 64º. Find the length of its shorter diagonal © Frank Tapson 2004 [trolPT:30] Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given A = 60º find a C = 35º find c A = 50º find a B = 40º find b c = 8 cm find A c = 7 cm find B c = 3 cm find C C = 90º find c A = 130º find a B = 146º find b c = 5.5 cm find A c = 16.2 cm find C c = 6 cm c = 14.8 cm find the size of the smallest angle find the size of the largest angle find the sizes of all 3 angles c = 15.3 cm find the sizes of all 3 angles Trigonometry a, b, c are lengths of three edges of triangle ABC s is length of semi-perimeter s = a+b+c 2 Heron's or Hero's formula for finding the area of a triangle T/35 Circumscribed circle or Circumcircle abc Radius R = 4 × Area or R = a 2 sine A Area = √ s(s – a)(s – b)(s – c) Escribed circle Only 1 (of 3 possible) is shown drawn on edge a Inscribed circle or Incircle radius r = Area...
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