# The Law of Sines - practice problems - page 2 of 3

Direction: Solve each problem carefully and show your solution in each item.#### Number of problems found: 42

- Observatories 64424

Objective C we observe from two artillery observatories A, and B, which are 975 m apart. The size of the BAC angle is 63 °, and the size of ABC is 48 °. Calculate the distance of points A and C. - Calculate triangle

In the triangle, ABC, calculate the sizes of all heights, angles, perimeters, and area if given a=40cm, b=57cm, and c=59cm. - Triangle's centroid

In the triangle ABC the given lengths of its medians tc = 9, ta = 6. Let T be the intersection of the medians (triangle's centroid), and the point S is the center of the side BC. The magnitude of the CTS angle is 60°. Calculate the length of the BC side t - Angles and sides of the triangle

Triangle ABC has a circumference of 26 cm. Lengths of the sides are as follows: a = 11.2 cm; b = 6.5 cm. Arrange the interior angles in order of their size. ... - A ship

A ship has been spotted by two lighthouses, A and B, as shown in the figure. What is the distance from the ship to Lighthouse A to the nearest tenth? Figure - the distance between lighthouses A and B is 40 nautical miles. From A is seen in view angle 57° - Inner angles

The inner angles of the triangle are 30°, 45°, and 105° and its longest side is 10 cm. Calculate the shortest side length, and write the result in cm up to two decimal places. - Cosine

Cosine and sine theorem: Calculate all missing values (sides and angles) of the triangle ABC. a = 20 cm; b = 15 cm; γ = 90°; c =? cm; α =? °; β =? ° - Horizontally 6296

The camera with a viewing angle of 120 ° was placed horizontally on the observatory at 30 m. What length d of the section at the tower's base can the camera not capture? - Hypotenuse 64694

Point S is the center of the hypotenuse AB of the right triangle ABC. Calculate the content of triangle ABC if the line on the hypotenuse is 0.2 dm long and if | ∢ACS | = 30 °. - Aircraft bearing

Two aircraft will depart from the airport simultaneously. The first flight flies with a course of 30°, and the second with a course of 86°. Both fly at 330 km/h. How far apart will they be in 45 minutes of flight? - Magnitudes 64704

The triangle ABC determines the size of the sides a and b and the magnitudes of the interior angles β and γ, given c = 1.86 m, the line on the side c is 2.12 m, and the angle alpha is 40 ° 12 '. - Determine 8202

An observer watches two boats at depth angles of 64° and 48° from the top of the hill, which is 75 m above the lake level. Determine the distance between the boats if both boats and the observer are in the same vertical plane. - Airport's 80482

The plane flew from airport m on a course of 132° to airport n, then from n to p on a course of 235°. The distance between the airport's mn is 380 km, np 284 km. What will be the return course to m, and what is the distance between the airport's pm? - Solve 13

Solve the missing dimensions for the following triangle: Triangle ABC: AngleA=43 degrees, b=7.0cm, c=6.0cm Question 1. Angle B with units written as degrees Question 2. Angle C with units written as degrees Question 3. a, rounded to the nearest tenth of a - Inaccessible 69794

Determine the distance between two inaccessible places P, Q, if the distance between two observation points A, B is 2000m and if you know the size of the angles QAB = 52°40''; PBA = 42°01''; PAB = 86°40'' and QBA = 81°15''. The considered locations A, B, - 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. - SSA and geometry

The distance between the points P and Q was 356 m measured in the terrain. The viewer can see the PQ line at a 107°22' viewing angle. The observer's distance from P is 271 m. Find the viewing angle of P and the observer. - Determine 8133

Determine the distance between two places, M, and N, between which there is an obstacle so that place N is not visible from place M. The angles MAN = 130°, NBM = 109°, and the distances |AM| = 54, |BM| = 60, while the points A, B, and M lie on one straigh - Area and two angles

Calculate the size of all sides and internal angles of a triangle ABC if it is given by area S = 501.9; and two interior angles α = 15°28' and β = 45°. - Triangle 35881

The sum of the lengths of the two sides b + c = 12 cm Beta angle = 68 Gamma angle = 42 draw triangle ABC

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