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Homework, Page 431 1. The angle of elevation of the top of the Ulm Cathedral from a point 300 ft away from the base of the steeple on level ground is 60º. Find the height of the cathedral.

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Homework, Page 431 5. A guy wire connects the top of an antenna to a point on the ground 5 ft from the base of the antenna. The angle of elevation formed by this wire is 80º. What are the height of the tower and the length of the wire?

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Homework, Page 431 9. To measure the height of a cloud, you shine a searchlight straight up at the cloud. From a point 100 ft from the searchlight, you measure the angle of elevation of the cloud to be 83º 12'. How high is the cloud?

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Homework, Page 431 13. A boat is located at point P and L is the nearest point on the shore. Point Q is 4.25 miles from Point L and What is the distance from the boat to the shore if ?

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Homework, Page 431 17. A Coast Guard cutter travels at 30 knots from its homeport on a course of 095º for two hours and then changes course to 185º for two hours. Find the distance and bearing from the homeport to the cutter.

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Homework, Page 431 21. The bearing of the line of sight to the east end of the Royal Gorge bridge from a point 325 ft due north of the west end of the bridge is 117º. What is the length l of the bridge?

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Homework, Page 431 25. A shoreline runs north-south and a boat is due east of the shore. The bearings of the boat from two points on the shore are 110º and 100º. Assume the two points are 550 ft apart. How far is the boat off shore?

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Homework, Page 431 29. A mass on a spring oscillates back and forth and completes one cycle in 0.5 sec. Its maximum displacement is 3 cm. Write an equation that models the motion.

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Homework, Page 431 33. The monthly normal mean temperatures for the last 30 years in Charleston are given in the table. A scatterplot suggests that the mean temperatures follow a sinusoidal curve over time. Assume that the sinusoid has an equation y = a sin (b(t – h) + k. a. Given that the period is 12 months, find b. Month Temp. 1 48 5 72 9 76 2 51 6 78 10 66 3 58 7 82 11 4 64 8 81 12

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Homework, Page 431 33. b. Assuming the high and low temperatures in the table determine the range of the sinusoid, find a and k. c. Find a value for h that will put the minimum at t = 1 and the maximum at t = 7.

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Homework, Page 431 33. d. Superimpose a graph of your sinusoid on a scatterplot of the data. How good is the fit? The fit seems very good. Use your sinusoidal model to predict dates of the year when the mean temperature will be 70º. Assume x = 1 represents January 1.

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Homework, Page 431 37. Higher frequency sound waves have shorter periods. Justify your answer. True. Frequency and periods are reciprocals. As one gets larger, the other must get smaller.

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Homework, Page 431 41. At high tide at 8:15 PM the water level on the side of a pier is 9 feet from the top. At low tide, 6hours and 12 minutes later, the water level is 13 feet from the top. At which of the following times in the interval is the water level 10 feet from the top? a.9:15 PM b.9:48PM c.9:52PM d.10:19PM e.11:21PM

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Homework, Page 431 In a regular polygon, all sides have equal length, and all angles have equal measure. Consider the seven-sided polygon whose sides are 5 cm. 45. Find the length of the apothem, the segment from the center of the seven-sided polygon to the midpoint of a side.

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Homework, Page 431 49. The percentage grade of a road is its slope expressed as a percentage. A tractor-trailer rig passes a sign that reads “6% grade next 7 miles.” What is the average angle of inclination of the road?

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**Homework Review Sections 4.1 – 4.8 Page 439, Exercises: 1 – 105 (EOO)**

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