🎉 Announcing Numerade's $26M Series A, led by IDG Capital!Read how Numerade will revolutionize STEM Learning # Precalculus with Limits ## Ron Larson ## Chapter 6 ## Additional Topics in Trigonometry ## Educators WZ ### Problem 1 An ________ triangle is a triangle that has no right angle. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 2 For triangle$ABC$, the Law of Sines is given by$\dfrac{a}{sin\ A}\ =$___________$=\ \dfrac{c}{sin\ C}$. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 3 Two ________ and one ________ determine a unique triangle. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 4 The area of an oblique triangle is given by$\frac{1}{2}bc$sin$A =\ \frac{1}{2}ab$sin$C =$________ . WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 5 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 6 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 7 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 8 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 9 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 102.4^{\circ}$,$C\ =\ 16.7^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 21.6$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 10 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 24.3^{\circ}$,$C\ =\ 54.6^{\circ}$,$c\ =\ 2.68$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 11 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 83^{\circ}20'$,$C\ =\ 54.6^{\circ}$,$c\ =\ 18.1$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 12 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 5^{\circ}40'$,$B\ =\ 8^{\circ}15'$,$b\ =\ 4.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 13 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 35^{\circ}$,$C\ =\ 65^{\circ}$,$c\ =\ 10$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 14 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 120^{\circ}$,$B\ =\ 45^{\circ}$,$c\ =\ 16$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 15 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 55^{\circ}$,$B\ =\ 42^{\circ}$,$c\ =\ \frac{3}{4}$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 16 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$B\ =\ 28^{\circ}$,$C\ =\ 104^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 3\frac{5}{8}$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 17 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 36^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 8$,$b\ =\ 5$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 18 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 60^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 9$,$c\ =\ 10$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 19 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$B\ =\ 15^{\circ}30'$,$a\ =\ 4.5$,$b\ =\ 6.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 20 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$B\ =\ 2^{\circ}45'$,$b\ =\ 6.2$,$c\ =\ 5.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 21 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 145^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 14$,$b\ =\ 4$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 22 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 100^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 125$,$c\ =\ 10$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 23 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 110^{\circ}15'$,$a\ =\ 48$,$b\ =\ 16$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 24 In Exercises 5-24, use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle.Round your answers to two decimal places.$C\ =\ 95.20^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 35$,$c\ =\ 50$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 25 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 110^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 125$,$b\ =\ 100$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 26 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 110^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 125$,$b\ =\ 200$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 27 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 76^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 18$,$b\ =\ 20$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 28 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 76^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 34$,$b\ =\ 21$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 29 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 58^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 11.4$,$b\ =\ 12.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 30 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 58^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 4.5$,$b\ =\ 12.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 31 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 120^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ b\ =\ 25$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 32 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 120^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 25$,$b\ =\ 24$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 33 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 45^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ b\ =\ 1$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 34 In Exercises 25-34, use the Law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle. If two solutions exist, find both. Round your answers to two decimal places.$A\ =\ 25^{\circ}4'$,$a\ =\ 9.5$,$b\ =\ 22$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 35 In Exercises 35-38, find values for$b$such that the triangle has (a) one solution, (b) two solutions, and (c) no solution.$A\ =\ 36^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 5$ Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 36 In Exercises 35-38, find values for$b$such that the triangle has (a) one solution, (b) two solutions, and (c) no solution.$A\ =\ 60^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 10$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 37 In Exercises 35-38, find values for$b$such that the triangle has (a) one solution, (b) two solutions, and (c) no solution.$A\ =\ 10^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 10.8$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 38 In Exercises 35-38, find values for$b$such that the triangle has (a) one solution, (b) two solutions, and (c) no solution.$A\ =\ 88^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 315.6$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 39 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$C\ =\ 120^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 4$,$b\ =\ 6$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 40 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$B\ =\ 130^{\circ}$,$a\ =\ 62$,$c\ =\ 20$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 41 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$A\ =\ 43^{\circ}45'$,$b\ =\ 57$,$c\ =\ 85$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 42 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$A\ =\ 5^{\circ}15'$,$b\ =\ 4.5$,$c\ =\ 22$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 43 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$B\ =\ 72^{\circ}30'$,$a\ =\ 105$,$c\ =\ 64$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 44 In Exercises 39-44, find the area of the triangle having the indicated angle and sides.$B\ =\ 84^{\circ}30'$,$a\ =\ 16$,$b\ =\ 20$WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 45 HEIGHT Because of prevailing winds, a tree grew so that it was leaning$4^{\circ}$from the vertical. At a point 40 meters from the tree, the angle of elevation to the top of the tree is$30^{\circ}$(see figure). Find the height$h$of the tree. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 46 HEIGHT A flagpole at a right angle to the horizontal is located on a slope that makes an angle of$12^{\circ}$with the horizontal. The flagpole's shadow is 16 meters long and points directly up the slope. The angle of elevation from the tip of the shadow to the sun is$20^{\circ}$. (a) Draw a triangle to represent the situation. Show the known quantities on the triangle and use a variable to indicate the height of the flagpole. (b) Write an equation that can be used to find the height of the flagpole. (c) Find the height of the flagpole. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 47 ANGLE OF ELEVATION A 10-meter utility pole casts a 17-meter shadow directly down a slope when the angle of elevation of the sun is$42^{\circ}$(see figure). Find the angle of elevation of the ground. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 48 FLIGHT PATH A plane flies 500 kilometers with a bearing of$316^{\circ}$from Naples to Elgin (see figure). The plane then flies 720 kilometers from Elgin to Canton(Canton is due west of Naples). Find the bearing of the flight from Elgin to Canton. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 49 BRIDGE DESIGN A bridge is to be built across a small lake from a gazebo to a dock (see figure). The bearing from the gazebo to the dock is S$41^{\circ}$W. From a tree 100 meters from the gazebo, the bearings to the gazebo and the dock are S$74^{\circ}$E and S$28^{\circ}$E, respectively. Find the distance from the gazebo to the dock. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 50 RAILROAD TRACK DESIGN The circular arc of a railroad curve has a chord of length 3000 feet corresponding to a central angle of$40^{\circ}$. (a) Draw a diagram that visually represents the situation.Show the known quantities on the diagram and use the variables$r$and$s$to represent the radius of the arc and the length of the arc, respectively. (b) Find the radius$r$of the circular arc. (c) Find the length$s$of the circular arc. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 51 GLIDE PATH A pilot has just started on the glide path for landing at an airport with a runway of length 9000 feet. The angles of depression from the plane to the ends of the runway are$17.5^{\circ}$and$18.8^{\circ}$. (a) Draw a diagram that visually represents the situation. (b) Find the air distance the plane must travel until touching down on the near end of the runway. (c) Find the ground distance the plane must travel until touching down. (d) Find the altitude of the plane when the pilot begins the descent. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 52 LOCATING A FIRE The bearing from the Pine Knob fire tower to the Colt Station fire tower is N$65^{\circ}$E, and the two towers are 30 kilometers apart. A fire spotted by rangers in each tower has a bearing of N$80^{\circ}$E from Pine Knob and N$70^{\circ}$E from Colt Station (see figure). Find the distance of the fire from each tower. Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 53 DISTANCE A boat is sailing due east parallel to the shoreline at a speed of 10 miles per hour. At a given time, the bearing to the lighthouse is S$70^{\circ}$E, and 15 minutes later the bearing is S$63^{\circ}$E (see figure). The lighthouse is located at the shoreline. What is the distance from the boat to the shoreline? Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 54 DISTANCE A family is traveling due west on a road that passes a famous landmark. At a given time the bearing to the landmark is N$62^{\circ}$W, and after the family travels 5 miles farther the bearing is N$38^{\circ}$W. What is the closest the family will come to the landmark while on the road? Julie S. Numerade Educator ### Problem 55 ALTITUDE The angles of elevation to an airplane from two points$A$and$B$on level ground are$55^{\circ}$and$72^{\circ}$respectively. The points$A$and$B$are 2.2 miles apart, and the airplane is east of both points in the same vertical plane. Find the altitude of the plane. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 56 DISTANCE The angles of elevation$\theta$and$\phi$to an airplane from the airport control tower and from an observation post 2 miles away are being continuously monitored (see figure). Write an equation giving the distance$d$between the plane and observation post in terms of$\theta$and$\phi$. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 57 TRUE OR FALSE? In Exercises 57-59, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer. If a triangle contains an obtuse angle, then it must be oblique. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 58 TRUE OR FALSE? In Exercises 57-59, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer. Two angles and one side of a triangle do not necessarily determine a unique triangle. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 59 TRUE OR FALSE? In Exercises 57-59, determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer. If three sides or three angles of an oblique triangle are known, then the triangle can be solved. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 60 GRAPHICAL AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS In the figure,$\alpha$and$\beta$are positive angles. (a) Write$\alpha$as a function of$\beta$. (b) Use a graphing utility to graph the function in part (a). Determine its domain and range. (c) Use the result of part (a) to write$c$as a function of$\beta$. (d) Use a graphing utility to graph the function in part (c). Determine its domain and range. (e) Complete the table. What can you infer? WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 61 GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS (a) Write the area$A$of the shaded region in the figure as a function of$\theta$. (b) Use a graphing utility to graph the function. (c) Determine the domain of the function. Explain how the area of the region and the domain of the function would change if the eight-centimeter line segment were decreased in length. WZ Wen Z. Numerade Educator ### Problem 62 CAPSTONE In the figure, a triangle is to be formed by drawing a line segment of length$a$from$(4, 3)$to the positive$x$-axis. For what value(s) of$a\$ can you form (a) one triangle, (b) two triangles, and (c) no triangles? Explain your reasoning. Julie S.