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Honors Algebra 2: Trigonometric Applications Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Find angle A.

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Question 2 2. What shape does the law of cosines help you to solve?

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Question 3 3.

Evaluate.

cos 260 cos 20 + sin 260 sin 20

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Question 4 4. How would you solve this problem?

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Question 5 5. To find the measure of an angle of a triangle using the law of cosines, what information do you need?

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Question 6 6. What kinds of triangles can you solve with the law of sines?

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Question 7 7. What is the length of the missing side if the two known sides of a triangle are 3 feet and 6 feet and the angle opposite the missing side is 60 degrees?

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Question 8 8. Which of these triangles is not an oblique triangle?

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Question 9 9. Which of the following is the sine sum identity for sin (x + y)?

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Question 10 10. Which of the following is the identity for cos (x - y)?

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Question 11 11. If we are given angles A and C along with side c, which of these formulas can we use to find side a?

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Question 12 12. Find side c.

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Question 13 13. A triangle has a side b that measures 10.7, an angle B that measures 95 degrees, and a side c that measures 6.3. What does angle C measure?

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Question 14 14. Find the missing side if the missing side's opposite angle measures 54 degrees and another angle measures 36 with an opposite side that measures 4.

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Question 15 15. If we are given sides a and c along with angle A, which of the following can be found by using the law of sines?

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Question 16 16. Find angle x.

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Question 17 17. How many sides of a triangle do you need to know in order to use the law of cosines?

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Question 18 18. Which angle do you need to know in order to use the law of cosines to find an unknown side?

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Question 19 19. For which of the following can you use the angle sum and difference identities to help you solve the problem?

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Question 20 20. To find the measure of the side of a triangle using the law of cosines, what information do you need?

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Question 21 21. A ladder is 6 feet from a building. The building is 20 feet tall. The angle opposite the ladder is 90. How tall is the ladder?

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Question 22 22. What kinds of triangles does the law of sines work for?

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Question 23 23. If you want to find a missing side using the law of sines, what information do you need?

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Question 24 24. Find side c.

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Question 25 25. When using the law of sines, what information do you need to find a missing angle?

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Honors Algebra 2: Trigonometric Applications Chapter Exam Instructions

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