Sine + similarity of triangles - examples

  1. Mast shadow
    horizons Mast has 13 m long shadow on a slope rising from the mast foot in the direction of the shadow angle at angle 15°. Determine the height of the mast, if the sun above the horizon is at angle 33°. Use the law of sines.
  2. Climb
    Mazda_RX7_1 On the road sign, which informs the climb is 8.7%. Car goes 5 km along this road. What is the height difference that car went?
  3. Triangle KLB
    rovnostranny_trojuholnik It is given equilateral triangle ABC. From point L which is the midpoint of the side BC of the triangle it is drwn perpendicular to the side AB. Intersection of perpendicular and the side AB is point K. How many % of the area of the triangle ABC is area o
  4. Boat
    boat_ramp A force of 300 kg (3000 N) is required to pull a boat up a ramp inclined at 14° with horizontal. How much does the boat weight?
  5. Inclined plane
    naklonena_rovina On the inclined plane with an angle of inclination of 30 ° we will put body (fixed point) with mass 2 kg. Determine the acceleration of the body motion on an inclined plane.
  6. Angle in RT
    triangles_10 Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle whose sides constitutes sizes consecutive members of arithmetic progressions.
  7. Area and two angles
    trig_1 Calculate the size of all sides and internal angles of a triangle ABC, if it is given by area S = 501.9; and two internal angles α = 15°28' and β = 45°.

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