30 - Trigonometry Questions Answers

if secA-tanA=3

then find the value of (5cosA+4cotB)??

jus a hint

Asked By: AMBUJ SINGLA Solved By: NIKHIL VARSHNEY
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Joshi sir comment

First replace cotB by cotA. 

because it is wrongly printed by you.

answer by NIKHIL is correct

Which of the following angles are co-terminal angles: 480  ,   -240  or 600

how can we get it which is co-terminal and what does co-terminal means?????

Asked By: AMBUJ SINGLA
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Coterminal angles are angles in standard position (angles with the initial side on the positive x-axis) that have a common terminal side.  For example 30°, –330° and 390° are all coterminal.

To find a positive and a negative angle coterminal with a given angle, you can add and subtract 360° if the angle is measured in degrees or 2π if the angle is measured in radians.

 

480 and -240 are co terminal angles because 480-360 = 120 and -240+360 = 120

is there any need to know or learn the proof pf formulas of trigo

 

Asked By: AMBUJ SINGLA
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No, For making a good command in trigonometry, only implementation is a need. But for your knowledge you can proof these results

if x,y,z are acute and cos x= tan y , cos y = tanz , cos z = tan x, then the value of sin x is ;

Asked By: AMIT DAS
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by 1st equation  sec y = √(1+cos2x)  so cos y = 1/ √(1+ cos2x)

by 3rd equation sec z = cot x  so  tan z = √(cot2x - 1)

on putting these 2 values in 2nd equation we get  

1/ √(1+ cos2x) = √(cot2x - 1)

so sin2x = (1+cos2x)(cos2x-sin2x)

or sin2x = (2-sin2x)(1-2sin2x)

or sin2x = 2-4sin2x-sin2x+2sin4x

or 2sin4x-6sin2x+2 = 0

now solve it for sinx 

If     a sinx + b cos(x+θ) + b cos(x-θ) = d, then the minimum value of |cos θ| is equal to :

sir i have expanded cos(x+θ) & cos(x-θ) and after that i got the equation: (d sec x - a tanx)/2b = cos θ. now , can i write  minimum value of (d sec x -a tanx) = (d²-a²)^(1/2).. as all the options contain (d²-a²)^(1/2).......or do tell the other hint to solve it..

Asked By: AMIT DAS
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Joshi sir comment

Dear amit your starting steps are correct 

now let us consider that   d secx - a tanx  = y

on differentiating we will get d secx tanx - a sec2x = dy/dx

on comparing with 0 we get d tanx = a secx       or               sinx = a/d               so         secx = d/√(d2-a2)           and   tanx = a/√(d2-a2)

so minimum of given expression = [d2/ √(d2-a2)] - [a2/√(d2-a2)]  =        √(d2-a2)   

The distance between two parallel lines is 1.A point 'A' is chosen to lie between the  lines at a distance 'd' from the first line. Triangle ABC is an eqilateral triangle with 'B" on one line and 'C' on the other line.Then AB is equal to(in terms of d).

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In triangle BCX

BC = seca

so AB = seca

now in triangle ABY

cos(60+a) = d/seca

so 1/2 cosa - √3/2 sina = d cosa

or tana = (1-2d)/√3

now calculate seca 

 

 

let z be a complex number satisfying |z-3|=|z-4i|, then find the least possible value of 10|z|.

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In |z-3|=|z-4i|, z represents all points lying on the perpendicular bisector of the line joining 3 and 4i in x-y plane. In this perpendicular bisector, if we draw a perpendicular then it will be the minimum magnitude of z. Construct this as a diagram we will get

sinθ = |z| / (7/8)

or |z| = (7/8)(4/5) = 7/10   

The number of roots of equations z15 = 1 and Iarg zI< π/2 is

Asked By: HIMANSHU MITTAL
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let z = r(cosθ+i sinθ) and it is given that z15 = 1  =>  r15(cosθ+i sinθ)15 = 1

or r15(cos15θ+i sin15θ) = 1+0i                   (Here we use Demoivre's theorem)

on comparison we get sin 15θ = 0 => 15θ = nπ          here n is an integer

for n = -7 to +7 we will get 15 answers for which θ will lie between -π/2 to +π/2

 

Find the number of solutions of the equation 2cos²(x/2)sin²(x) = x² + 1/x² , 0 < x ≤ π/2 .

Asked By: HIMANSHU MITTAL
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Joshi sir comment

max of sin and cos are 1 so max of left is 2

but x² + 1/x² ≥ 2x(1/x) = 2

so only solution will be obtained for 2cos²(x/2)sin²(x) = 2

so (1+cosx)(1-cos²x) = 2 which is impossible,so i think no solution

Find the value of 16cos(2π/15)cos(4π/15)cos(8π/15)cos(14π/5).

Asked By: HIMANSHU MITTAL
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I think the last term would be cos(14π/15) 

We know that cos(14π/15) = -cos(π/15)

so     16cos(2π/15)cos(4π/15)cos(8π/15)cos(14π/15)

   = -16cos(π/15)cos(2π/15)cos(4π/15)cos(8π/15)

   = -[8/sin(π/15)]2sin(π/15)cos(π/15)cos(2π/15)cos(4π/15)cos(8π/15)

  =  -[8/sin(π/15)]sin(2π/15)cos(2π/15)cos(4π/15)cos(8π/15)   

take the similar steps                                          

                                                                  

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