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# Name: _________________________________

Date: ___________________________

20-2 Geometry:
Trigonometry Unit Test

## Read each question carefully and be sure to answer every question.

If you have any questions about the test or instructions, raise your hand.

## Once you are finished:

1. Hand in the test to Ms. Demers
2. Work quietly on an individual task such as:
b. Drawing
c. Homework in another class

## Important things to remember:

Angle ABC can also be referred to as angle B
Solve the triangle means find all side lengths and angles
A circle adds up to 360o

## On this test, I will demonstrate that I can:

Recognize situations that call for the use of trigonometric ratios
Identify situations in which the sine and cosine laws are applicable
Use the sine and cosine laws to solve for an unknown angle or side length
Apply the sine and cosine laws to unique situations that may call for prior
knowledge and logic

Matching
For the following situations, decide what method to use to solve for the unknown.
You do not need to solve for the unknown. There are more situations than
methods. Therefore, each method can be used more than once. (7 marks)
Situation

Method

1. ______
In triangle ABC, BA = 9 cm, AC = 13 cm,
and angle ABC = 113o. Find the measure of
angle BCA.

## A. Right angle trigonometry

(SOHCAHTOA)

2. ______
Two aircraft, X and Y, leave an airport at
the same time. X flies on a course of 70o at
720km/h and Y flies on a course of 350o at
600km/h. Find the distance between the
aircraft after 5 minutes.

C. Cosine Law

3. ______

4. ______
In triangle PQR, angle PQR = 43o, PQ = 5
km, and QR = 4km. Find the length of PR.
5. ______

6. ______
In triangle JKL, JK = 14 cm and angle KJL =
90o. Find the length of KL.
7. ______

B. Sine Law

Multiple Choice
Please circle the letter of the correct answer. For questions worth 2 marks, circle
1. Solve to the nearest tenth for the unknown side in the ratio: (1 mark)
a
12
=
sin(30) sin (115)
a. 24
b. 21.8

c. 6.6
d. 24.6

## 2. Determine the length of x, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. (2 marks

a. 26.6 cm
c. 11.2 cm
b. 36.5 cm
d. 17.1 cm
e.
f.
g. 3. If angle ABC = 58.8o, c = 10.3 cm, and b = 10.5 cm, what is the measure
of angle ACB to the nearest tenth of a degree? (2 marks show your work!)
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
a. 57.0o
c. 30.5o
b. 123.0o
d. 149.5o
s.
t.
u.
v.

## w. 4. Determine the measure of x, to the nearest tenth of a degree. (2 marks

x.
y.
z.
aa.
ab.
ac.
a. 25.6o
c. 136.3o
o
b. 18.1
d. 71.9o
e.
f. 5. What is the length of x, to the nearest tenth of a meter? (2 marks show
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
a. 27.7
c. 26.1
b. 21.8
d. 37.6
e.
f.
g. Use the following information to answer the next question.
h.
A pilot leaves an airport flying on a bearing of 165 o. He
i.
changes direction and flies 80 km on a bearing of 205 o.
j.
He changes direction again and flies back to the airport.
k.
How far is he from the airport when he makes the
l.
second change in direction?
m.
n. (2 marks show your work!)
o.
p. 6. The most appropriate method for solving this problem is
q.
a. SOHCAHTOA
b. sine law
c. cosine law
d. the problem cannot be solved without further information
r.
s.

u.
(22 marks)
w.
x.

y. 1. Use the information below to solve the triangle ABC. Round side lengths
to the nearest tenth of a unit and angle measures to the nearest degree. (7
marks)
z.
aa.
Angle BAC = 152o, side length b = 19.0 and side length a = 23.5.
ab.
ac.
ae.
af.
ag.
ah.
ai.
aj.
ak.
al.
am.
an.
ao.
ap.
aq.
ar. 2. A survey of a triangular piece of land is shown. The land is to have a
hedge all along its perimeter. How many meters of hedge are needed, to the
nearest tenth of a meter? (5 marks)
as.
at.
au.
av.
aw.
ax.
ay.
az.
ba.
bb.
bc.
bd.
be.
bf.
bg.
bh.
bi.
bj.

bk.
bl. Use the following diagram to answer the next question.
bm.
bn.
bo.
bp.
bq.
br.
bs.
bt.
bu.
bv.
bw.
bx.
by.
bz.3. A tree is held vertical by two wires of unequal length. They are secured to
the ground and fastened 3 m from the top of the tree.
ca.
cb.
a. What angle does the 12.0 m wire make with the ground? (3 marks)
cc.
cd.
ce.
cf.
cg.
ch.
ci.
cj.
b. What is the height of the tree? (2 marks)
ck.
cl.
cm.
cn.
co.
cp.
cq.
cr. 4. The minute hand of a clock is 12 cm long and the hour hand is 10 cm
long. To the nearest tenth of a centimeter, what is the distance between the
tips of the hands at 8 oclock? (5 marks)
cs.

ct.
cu.
cv.
cw.

## Hint: find a fraction to represent the rotation of

the hour hand.

cx. Self-Assessment:
cy. For each question, please put a (checkmark) in the box that best describes
your knowledge. No marks will be rewarded or removed due to the answers
in this self-assessment.
cz.
db.
I
dc.
I
dd.
I
de.
I
da.
knew
think I
wasnt
didnt
it!
knew it
sure
know
df. Matching
dg.
Q
uestion
dh.
di.
dj.
dk.
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dl. Multiple Choice
dm.
Q
dn.
uestion
dp.
dq.
dr.
do.
1
ds.Questio
dt.
dv.
dw.
dx.
n2
du.
dy. Questio
dz.
eb.
ec.
ed.
n3
ea.
ee.
Q
ef.
uestion
eh.
ei.
ej.
eg.
4
ek.
Q
el.
uestion
en.
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ep.
em.
5
eq.
Q
eu.
uestion
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es.
et.
ev.
6
ew.
ex.
Q
ey.
uestion
fa.
fb.
fc.
ez.
1
fd. Questio
fe.
fg.
fh.
fi.
n2
ff.
fj. Questio
fk.
fm.
fn.
fo.
n3
fl.
fp. Questio
fq.
fs.
ft.
fu.
n4
fr.
fv.
fw. Feedback for Ms. Demers (optional):
fy.
fz.
ga.
gb.
gc.

gd.
ge.
gf.
gg.
gh.

## gi. Scrap Paper

gj.
gk.
Any work recorded on this sheet of paper will not be marked unless
indicated by the student.