Home » Quiz » PYTHAGORAS THEOREM AND TRIGONOMETRY PYTHAGORAS THEOREM AND TRIGONOMETRY Welcome to your PYTHAGORAS THEOREM AND TRIGONOMETRY Find the value of y. 13.341 cm 12.341 cm 12.369 cm Find the value of angle θ. 53.130° 30.964° 36.870° Find the value of angle θ. 29.745° 60.255° 55.150° Solve sinx = 0.5. Find the values of x. 30°, 150° 60°, 120° 45°, 135° Solve cosx = -0.8. Find the values of x. 36.870° 36.870°, 143.130° 143.130° Find the value of x. 10.011 cm 7.048 cm 13.068 cm Find the value of angle θ. 53.311° 126.689° 150° Find the value of x. 4.551 cm 20.713 cm 5.6 cm Find the value of angle θ. 48.59° 55.771° 41.41° Find the area of the triangle shown in the figure below. 15.155 m^{2} 8.75 m^{2} 30.31 m^{2} In the cone shown in the figure below, the angle YXZ=40°. Calculate the circumference of the base. 10.284π 5.142π 12.256π The bearing of Q from P is 225°. What is the bearing of P from Q? 135° 45° 55° Two trees are standing on a flat ground. The angle of elevation of their tops from point A in the ground is 35°. The horizontal distance between X and the tree is 8 m. The distance between the tops of the two trees is 14 m. What is the height of the smaller tree? 13.947 m 9.766 m 5.602 m Two trees are standing on a flat ground. The angle of elevation of their tops from point A in the ground is 35°. The horizontal distance between X and the tree is 8 m. The distance between the tops of the two trees is 14 m. What is the height of the taller tree? 13.632 m 19.468 m 16.641 m Two trees are standing on a flat ground. The angle of elevation of their tops from point A in the ground is 35°. The horizontal distance between X and the tree is 8 m. The distance between the tops of the two trees is 14 m. What is the horizontal distance between the trees? 19.468 m 11. 468 m 27.468 m Time is Up!