Trigonometry Worksheets

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Unformatted text preview: thagoras' theorem to find the length of the edge marked ?, OR decide whether the triangle is right-angled or not Drawings are NOT to scale. 2 1 3 61 75 49 60 ? 72 ? ? 56 21 4 6 5 37 84 ? 99 13 ? ? 78 85 101 7 8 9 ? ? 51 171 140 149 52 165 221 ? 12 11 10 168 ? 153 252 193 ? 115 ? 104 13 5.8 14 ? 15 ? 28.1 26.0 18.5 ? 17.7 26.9 16.0 © Frank Tapson 2004 [trolPT:9] Trigonometry Pythagorean problems in 2-dimensions. Drawings are NOT to scale. 1. Find the length of the diagonal of an oblong measuring 5.7 cm by 17.6 cm. 2. A rectangle measures 27 cm by 34 cm. What is the length of its diagonal? 3. The diagonal of a rectangle is 6.7 cm long, and one edge measures 2.3 cm. What is the other edge-length of the rectangle? 4. What is the length of the diagonal of a square whose edge-length is 9.6 cm? 5. Find the length of the edge of a square whose diagonal measures 96 mm 6. An isosceles triangle has base edge of length 70 mm. Its perpendicular height is 110 mm. Calculate the length of one of its other edges. 7. An isosceles triangle has a base lengt...
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