By Christopher Thomas
Updated on Oct 1, 2011
Read the following study guide for a concept review:
Trigonometry and Tangents Study Guide
Practice Questions
Find the tangent of angle x in the following triangles.
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11. | What is tan(x) if sin(x) = and cos(x) = ? |
12. | Suppose sin(θ) = and cos(θ) = . What is tan(θ)? |
13. | What is tan(x) when sin(x) = and cos(x) = ? |
14. | If cos(x) = and sin(x) = , then what is tan(x)? |
15. | If sin(x) = 0.75 and cos(x) ≈ 0.66, then what is tan(x), approximately? |
16. | If sin(x) = and cos(x) = , then what is tan(x)? |
17. | What is sin(x) when tan(x) = and cos(x) = ? |
18. | What is sin(x) when cos(x) = and tan(x) = ? |
19. | What is cos(x) when sin(x) = and tan(x) = ? |
20. | What is the cosme of angle θ for which tan(θ) = and sin(θ) = ? |
21. | What is tan(x) when sin(x) = ? |
22. | If cos(x) = , then what is tan(x)? |
23. | If cos(x) = , then what is sin(x)? |
24. | Suppose tan(x) = . What is cos(x)? |
25. | Suppose sin(x) = . What is cos(x)? |
26. | If sin(x) = , then what is tan(x)? |
27. | What is the cosine of the angle whose tangent is ? |
Answers
1. | tan(x) = |
2. | tan(x) = |
3. | tan(x) = |
4. | tan(x) = |
5. | tan(x) = |
6. | tan(x) = |
7. | tan(x) = |
8. | tan(x) = |
9. | tan(x) = |
10. | tan(x) = |
11. | tan(x) = |
12. | tan(x) = |
13. | tan(x) = |
14. | tan(x) = 4 |
15. | tan(x) ≈ 1.14 |
16. | tan(x) = 1 |
17. | sin(x) = |
18. | sin(x) = |
19. | cos(x) = |
20. | cos(θ) = |
21. | tan(x) = |
22. | tan(x) = |
23. | sin(x) = |
24. | cos(x) = |
25. | cos(x) = |
26. | tan(x) = |
27. | cos(x) = |
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