# Trigonometry With General Triangles Assessment Test

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 136  Settings  Take this assessment test to evaluate your knowledge of trigonometry with general triangles. What are sine, cosine, and tangent? How can we use them to solve for unknown sides and angles in general triangles?

• 1.
What can be used to find all the missing angles of a triangle?
• A.

Graph

• B.

Protractor

• C.

Law of cosine

• D.

Compass

• 2.
When two sides and an angle opposite one of them are known, it is called...
• A.

Ambiguous case

• B.

Retard Case

• C.

Right angle

• D.

Trapezium

• 3.
Which side is the longest side of the right angle triangle?
• A.

• B.

Angle

• C.

Opposite

• D.

Hypotenuse

• 4.
What can be used to test whether a triangle has a right angle?
• A.

Pythagoras theorem

• B.

Set theory

• C.

Square combination

• D.

Compass rule

• 5.
The unequal side of an isosceles triangle is referred to as...
• A.

Base

• B.

Hypotenuse

• C.

Angle

• D.

Line

• 6.
When the 3rd angle of an isosceles triangle is a right angle, it is called...
• A.

Trapezium

• B.

Angular

• C.

Real angle

• D.

Right isosceles triangle

• 7.
A perpendicular distance from the base of an isosceles triangle to the topmost vertex is called...
• A.

Altitude

• B.

Width

• C.

• D.

Height

• 8.
What is the area of a triangle?
• A.

BH

• B.

2bh

• C.

1/2bh

• D.

BBB

• 9.
The sum of any 2 sides of a triangle must be greater than the measure of the third side is a postulate of...
• A.

Triangle Inequality Theorem

• B.

Pythagorean theorem

• C.

Triangle theorem

• D.

Line Law

• 10.
What can be used to find the length of a side or size of an angle?
• A.

Cosine rule

• B.

Since rule

• C.

Tan rule

• D.

Angles rule

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