Trigonometry - Bearings

10 Questions  I  By Syf4rce on July 9, 2009
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1.  For the above diagram,find the bearing of A from OYou do not have to write the word "degrees"
2.  From the previous question, find the bearing of C from OYou do not have to write the word "degrees"
3.  From the previous question, find the bearing of O from A You do not have to write the word "degrees"
4.  From the previous question, find the bearing of O from D You do not have to write the word "degrees"
5.  From the previous question, find the bearing of B from North You do not have to write the word "degrees"
6.  In the diagram above, AB = 10cm, angle CAB = 70 degrees and angle ABC = 34 degreesFind the bearing of B from C
7.  From the previous question,Find the bearing of A from C
8.  From the previous question,Find the length of the line, from A, which is perpendicular to BCLeave your answer to three significant figuresRemember to put "cm"
9.  For the diagram above, the bearing of C from A is 045 degrees and the bearing of C from B is 015 degrees. AB=BC=20cm. The bearing of B from A is 075 degrees.Find the length of the line from B which is perpendicular to ACRemember to put "cm"
10.  From the previous question, Find the length of ACLeave your answer to three significant figuresRemember to put "cm"
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