Goniometry and trigonometry - math problems

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  • Two forces 3
    Two forces of magnitude 8 Newtons and 15 Newtons respectively act at a point. If the resultant force is 17 Newtons, find the angle between the forces.
  • Regular octagon pad
    You need to make a pad in the shape of a regular octagon with a side length of 4 cm. What is the minimum diameter of the circle-shaped semi-finished product from which we make the pad, and what will be the percentage of waste? (Round the results to 1 deci
  • In the 18
    In the right triangle ABC, The hypotenuse AB = 15 cm, and B = 25 degree. How long is BC to the nearest centimetre?
  • Bridge diagonally across the river
    The width of the river is 89 m. For terrain reasons, the bridge deviates from a common perpendicular to both banks by an angle of 12° 30 '. Calculate how many meters the bridge is longer than the river.
  • The isosceles
    The isosceles trapezoid ABCD has bases of 18 cm and 12 cm. The angle at apex A is 60°. What is the circumference and content of the trapezoid?
  • Approximation of tangent fx
    What is the non-trig formula (not a polynomial fit) for the growth curve that solves algebraically for the increase between tan(1 degree), tan( 2 degrees) continuing up to tangent(45 degrees)? okay to use pi Check calculation for 12°
  • Cis notation
    Evaluate multiplication of two complex numbers in cis notation: (6 cis 120°)(4 cis 30°) Write result in cis and Re-Im notation.
  • Trapezoids
    In the isosceles trapezoid ABCD we know: AB||CD, |CD| = c = 8 cm, height h = 7 cm, |∠CAB| = 35°. Find the area of the trapezoid.
  • One of
    One of the internal angles of the rhombus is 120° and the shorter diagonal is 3.4 meters long. Find the perimeter of the rhombus.
  • A missile
    A missile is fired with a speed of 100 fps in a direction 30° above the horizontal. Determine the maximum height to which it rises? Fps foot per second.
  • Wheel gear
    A drive wheel of radius 2 is connected to a drive wheel of radius 1 by a pulley of length 17. What is the distance between the wheel axles?
  • Centre of the hypotenuse
    For the interior angles of the triangle ABC, alpha beta and gamma are in a ratio of 1: 2: 3. The longest side of the AB triangle is 30 cm long. Calculate the perimeter of the triangle CBS if S is the center of the side AB.
  • Parallelogram diagonals
    Find the area of a parallelogram if the diagonals u1 = 15 cm, u2 = 12 cm and the angle formed by them is 30 degrees.
  • Diamond and angles
    Find the area of a diamond with a side of 5 cm if you know that the internal angles in the diamond are 60° and 120°.
  • Isosceles trapezoid
    Find the height in an isosceles trapezoid if the area is 520 cm2 and the base a = 25 cm and c = 14 cm. Calculate the interior angles of the trapezoid.
  • Length of the chord
    Calculate the length of the chord in a circle with a radius of 25 cm with a central angle of 26°.
  • A rectangle 5
    A rectangle has sides of 10 cm and 14 cm. Calculate the angle between a diagonal and alongside.
  • Parallelogram ABCD
    We have the parallelogram ABCD, where AB is 6.2 cm BC is 5.4 cm AC is 4.8 cm calculate the height on the AB side and the angle DAB
  • Calculate triangle
    In the triangle ABC, calculate the sizes of all heights, angles, perimeters and its area, if given a-40cm, b-57cm, c-59cm
  • Sin cos tan
    In triangle ABC, right-angled at B. Sides/AB/=7cm, /BC/=5cm, /AC/=8.6cm. Find to two decimal places. A. Sine C B. Cosine C C. Tangent C.

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