Sine + Pythagorean theorem - math problems
- What percentage
What percentage of the Earth’s surface is seen by an astronaut from a height of h = 350 km. Take the Earth as a sphere with the radius R = 6370 km
- Tetrahedral pyramid
Determine the surface of a regular tetrahedral pyramid when its volume is V = 120 and the angle of the sidewall with the base plane is α = 42° 30´.
- The aspect ratio
The aspect ratio of the rectangular triangle is 13: 12: 5. Calculate the internal angles of the triangle.
- 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.
- The hemisphere
The hemisphere container is filled with water. What is the radius of the container when 10 liters of water pour from it when tilted 30 degrees?
- The ladder
The ladder has a length of 3 m and is leaning against the wall, and its inclination to the wall is 45°. How high does it reach?
- Diagonals of the rhombus
How long are the diagonals e, f in the diamond, if its side is 5 cm long and its area is 20 cm2?
- Deviation of the lines
Find the deviation of the lines AG, BH in the ABCDEFGH box-cuboid, if given | AB | = 3cm, | AD | = 2cm, | AE | = 4cm
Calculate the area and circumference of the regular decagon when its radius of a circle circumscribing is R = 1m
- Right triangle eq2
Find the lengths of the sides and the angles in the right triangle. Given area S = 210 and perimeter o = 70.
- Right angled triangle 3
Side b = 1.5, hypotenuse angle A = 70 degrees, Angle B = 20 degrees. Find its unknown sides length.
- Two forces
The two forces F1 = 580N and F2 = 630N have the angle of 59 degrees. Calculate their resultant force F.
- The mast
A 40 m high mast is secured in half by eight ropes of 25 m long. The ends of the ropes are equidistant from each other. Calculate this distance.
- Square pyramid
Calculate the volume of the pyramid with the side 5cm long and with a square base, side-base has angle of 60 degrees.
- Angles by cosine law
Calculate the size of the angles of the triangle ABC, if it is given by: a = 3 cm; b = 5 cm; c = 7 cm (use the sine and cosine theorem).
- Right triangle trigonometrics
Calculate the size of the remaining sides and angles of a right triangle ABC if it is given: b = 10 cm; c = 20 cm; angle alpha = 60° and the angle beta = 30° (use the Pythagorean theorem and functions sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent)
Calculate the length of side, circumference and area of a regular pentagon, which is inscribed in a circle with radius r = 6 cm.
- Regular n-gon
Which regular polygon have a radius of circumscribed circle r = 10 cm and the radius of inscribed circle p = 9.962 cm?
- Resultant force
Calculate mathematically and graphically the resultant of a three forces with a common centre if: F1 = 50 kN α1 = 30° F2 = 40 kN α2 = 45° F3 = 40 kN α3 = 25°
Forces with magnitudes F1 = 42N and F2 = 35N act at a common point and make an angle of 77°12'. How big is their resultant?
Most natural application of trigonometry and trigonometric functions is a calculation of the triangles. Common and less common calculations of different types of triangles offers our triangle calculator. Word trigonometry comes from Greek and literally means triangle calculation. Pythagorean theorem is the base for the right triangle calculator.