# Planimetrics - math word problems - page 152 of 153

Study plane measurements, including angles, distances, and areas. In other words - measurement and calculation of shapes in the plane. Perimeter and area of plane shapes.#### Number of problems found: 3046

- Inclination 34381

A skier starts down a hill of length l and an angle of inclination of 10˚. It then moves to a horizontal section of the track, which travels the same length l until it stops. Determine the coefficient of sliding friction between the skis and the snow. - Triangle KLB

It is given equilateral triangle ABC. From point L, the midpoint of the side BC of the triangle, it is drawn perpendicular to the side AB. The intersection of the perpendicular and the side AB is point K. How many percents of the area of the triangle ABC - Angle in RT

Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle whose sides constitute the sizes of consecutive members of arithmetic progressions. - Hot air balloon

The center of the balloon is at an altitude of 600 m above the ground (AGL). The observer on earth sees the center of the balloon at an elevation angle of 38°20'. The balloon is seen from the perspective of an angle of 1°16'. Calculate the diameter of the - Toboggan 5710

The length of the toboggan run is 60 m, and the height is 8 m. The boy pulls a sled weighing 15 kg. How hard does the boy pull the sled uphill? - 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. - Trapezoid 25

Trapezoid PART with AR||PT has (angle P=x) and (angle A=2x) . In addition, PA = AR = RT = s. Find the length of the median of Trapezoid PART in terms of s. - Three vectors

The three forces whose amplitudes are in ratio 9:10:17 act in the plane at one point to balance. Determine the angles of each two forces. - 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 area of the trapezoid? - Acceleration 79164

A skier goes down a slope 66 m long in a uniformly accelerated motion in 10 seconds. With what acceleration was it moving, and what is the slope of the slope? - Tangents to ellipse

Find the magnitude of the angle at which the ellipse x² + 5 y² = 5 is visible from the point P[5, 1]. - Ball

The soldier fired the Ball at an angle of 35° at an initial velocity of 292 m/s. Determine the length of the litter. (g = 9.81 m/s^{2}). - Aircraft 25161

The average climb angle of the aircraft is 11 ° 20', and its average speed is 400 km / h. How long does it take to climb to a height of 3000m? - Two forces 3

Two forces with magnitudes 8 Newtons and 15 Newtons act at a point. If the resultant force is 17 Newtons, find the angle between the forces. - Raindrops

The car runs on a horizontal track at a constant speed of 20 m^{2}-1. It is raining. Raindrops fall in a vertical direction at a speed of 6 m/s. a) How fast is the speed of the drops relative to the car windows? b) What is the angle of the raindro - Coordinates of square vertices

I have coordinates of square vertices A / -3; 1/and B/1; 4 /. Find coordinates of vertices C and D, C and D. Thanks, Peter. - A Ferris wheel

A Ferris wheel with a diameter of 100 feet makes five revolutions every 8 minutes. The base of the wheel is 4 feet above the ground. Your friend gets on at 3 PM sharp. a) Write an equation to express the height in feet of your friend at any given time in - Instantaneous 69064

Describe how the instantaneous power value in the AC circuit changes during one period. - Designated 71874

The patrol had started at a designated marching angle (an azimuth) of 13°. After 9 km, the azimuth's angle changed to 62°. The patrol went 10 km in this direction. Find the distance from where the patrol started. - Components 67664

The force R = 12 N is divided into two components, F1 and F2. Their directions make angles α = 30 °, β = 45 ° with the direction R. What are the components F1 and F2?

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