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Study Guide # 2

Numeric Response

1. Use a calculator to find sec 101.8 ° .

Please round the answer to the nearest ten-thousandth.

2. Use a calculator to find csc 660°20 '.

Please round the answer to the nearest ten-thousandth.

3. Use a calculator to find θ to the nearest tenth of a degree, if 0 ° < θ < 360 ° and

cot θ = − 0.7395 with θ in QII

θ = __________ °

4. Find θ , if 0 ° < θ < 360 ° and

sec θ = - 2 with θ in QII

θ = __________ °

5. Find the radian measure of angle θ , if θ is a central angle in a circle of radius r, and θ cuts off an arc of
length s.

1 1
r= cm, s = cm
6 3

θ = __________ radians

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6. If the distance to the sun is approximately 93 million miles, and, from the earth, the sun subtends an angle of
approximately 0.5° , estimate the diameter of the sun to the nearest 10,000 miles.

__________ miles

7. The figure is a model of George Ferris's Ferris wheel. The diameter of the wheel is 246 feet; and θ is the
central angle formed as a rider travels from his or her initial position P 0 to position P 1 . Find the distance
traveled by the rider if θ = 219°. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

s = __________ ft

8. θ is a central angle that cuts off an arc of length s. Find the radius of the circle if θ = 8, s = 2 ft.

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

r = __________ ft

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9. θ is a central angle that cuts off an arc of length s. Find the radius of the circle if θ = 30°, s = m.
2

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

r = __________ m

10. Evaluate without using a calculator.

ÁÊ 1 ˜ˆ
cot ÁÁÁÁ tan −1 ˜˜˜˜
Ë 4¯

Short Answer

11. Find the exact value of sec 330 ° .

12. Find the exact value of cot 390 ° .

13. For the problem below, θ is a central angle in a circle of radius r. Find the length of arc s cut off by θ .

θ = 30°, r = 2 mm.

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

s = __________ mm

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14. θ is a central angle that cuts off an arc of length s. Find the radius of the circle if θ = 160°, s = 3 km.

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

r = __________ km


15. A sector of area in 2 is formed by a central angle of 45 °. What is the radius of the circle?
13

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

r = __________ inches

16. A lawn sprinkler is located at the corner of a yard. The sprinkler is set to rotate through 90 ° and project water
out 53 feet. What is the area of the yard watered by the sprinkler?

If the answer needs rounding, round it to three significant digits.

A = __________ feet 2

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17. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

18. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

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19. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

20. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

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21. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

22. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

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23. The graph below is one complete cycle of the graph of an equation containing a trigonometric function. Find
an equation to match the graph. If you are using a graphing calculator, graph your equation to verify that it is
correct.

x
24. Simplify 5 |cos θ | if θ = sin −1 for some real number x .
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25. Evaluate without using a calculator.

cos −1 (cos 210°)

__________ °

Essay

26. Prove the identity.

cos(−β) csc(−β) tan(−β) = 1

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Study Guide # 2
Answer Section

NUMERIC RESPONSE

1. ANS: –4.8901

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.31


2. ANS: –1.1586

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.46


3. ANS: 126.5

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.63


4. ANS: 120

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.76


5. ANS: 2

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.02.05


6. ANS: 810,000

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.21


7. ANS: 470.1

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.25


8. ANS: 0.25

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.29


9. ANS: 3

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.35


10. ANS: 4

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.07.71

SHORT ANSWER

11. ANS:
2 3
3

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.24

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12. ANS:
3

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.01.28


13. ANS:
1.05

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.08


14. ANS:
1.07

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.38


15. ANS:
1.11

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.51


16. ANS:
2,210

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.03.04.53


17. ANS:
y=9cos (x)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.07


18. ANS:
y= − 4cos (x)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.09


19. ANS:
y= − 3sin (x)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.10


20. ANS:
y=sin (8x)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.11


21. ANS:
ÊÁ 1 ˆ˜
y=5sin ÁÁÁÁ x ˜˜˜˜
Ë7 ¯

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.13


22. ANS:
ÊÁ 1 ˆ˜
y=3cos ÁÁÁÁ x ˜˜˜˜
Ë6 ¯

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.14

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23. ANS:
y=4sin (π x)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.05.17


24. ANS:
25 − x 2

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.07.42


25. ANS:
150

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.07.55

ESSAY

26. ANS:
1 sin(−β)
cos(−β) csc(−β) tan(−β) = cos(−β) =1
sin(−β) cos(−β)

PTS: 1 MSC: mctr06.04.01.41

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