Lesson 11 Using Trigonometric Relationships Practice Understanding
Based on each set of similar triangles or parallel lines, create a proportion and solve it to find the missing values.
Solve each right triangle. Give any missing sides and missing angles.
Use trigonometric ratios and the Pythagorean theorem to solve each problem.
Jack is looking up the hill at Jill and wondering how much vertical increase there actually is from his position to her position on the hill. They know there is a
Kim is trying to use the shadow of a large tree to measure the height of the tree. The length of the shadow has been measured as
Model each of the situations with a right triangle and then solve the triangle to find the desired values.
Alex is standing on the top of a building looking out at a boat in the lake. The distance from the top of the building to the ground is
The altitude of a plane is
Use the given trigonometric ratio, which is based on actual side length measures, to sketch a right triangle and solve the triangle.
Sketch a drawing of the situation, then solve each problem.
Mark is building his son a pitcher’s mound so he can practice for his upcoming baseball season in the backyard. Mark knows the league requires an incline of
Susan is designing a wheelchair ramp. Wheelchair ramps require a slope that is no more than
Michael is designing a house with a roof pitch of