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CHAPTER 8

are defined as:

sine of A = sin A =

side opposite to A BC

hypotenuse

AC

cosine of A = cos A =

side adjacent to A AB

=

hypotenuse

AC

side opposite to A

BC

tangent of A = tan A = side adjacent to angle A = AB

cosecant of A = cosec A =

no

secant of A = sec A =

1

AC

=

sin A BC

1

AC

=

cos A

AB

cotangent of A = cot A =

sin A

cosA

tan A = cos A , cot A = sin A

1

AB

tan A BC

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EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

The values of trigonometric ratios of an angle do not vary with the lengths of the

sides of the triangle, if the angle remains the same.

the angle can be determined.

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30

45

60

sin A

1

2

3

2

cos A

tan A

cosec A

Not defined

sec A

cot A

Not defined

3

2

1

2

90

Not defined

Not defined

The value of sin A or cos A never exceeds 1, whereas the value of sec A or

cosec A is always greater than or equal to 1.

Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles:

sin (90 A) = cos A, cos (90 A) = sin A

tan (90 A) = cot A, cot (90 A) = tan A

Trigonometric identities:

cos2 A + sin2 A = 1

1 + tan2 A = sec2A

cot2 A + 1 = cosec2 A

no

The line of sight is the line from the eye of an observer to the point in the object

viewed by the observer.

The angle of elevation of an object viewed, is the angle formed by the line of sight

with the horizontal when it is above the horizontal level.

The angle of depression of an object viewed, is the angle formed by the line of

sight with the horizontal when it is below the horizontal level.

The height or length of an object or the distance between two distinct objects can

be determined with the help of trigonometric ratios.

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

5

3

(A)

(B)

tan 30

is

cot 60

(C)

(A)

1

2

(B)

(C)

3

2

EXERCISE 8.1

no

1. If cos A =

(A)

3

5

4

, then the value of tan A is

5

(B)

3

4

(C)

4

3

90

EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

2. If sin A =

1

, then the value of cot A is

2

1

3

3

(D) 1

2

3. The value of the expression [cosec (75 + ) sec (15 ) tan (55 + ) +

cot (35 )] is

(A)

(B)

(C)

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(A)

(B)

b a

(C)

(D)

3

2

a

, then cos is equal to

b

(A)

(B)

b

a

b2 a 2

b

(C)

(A) cos

(B) cos 2

(C) sin

(D)

b a2

(D)

sin 2

(D)

1

2

(D)

(A)

(B)

(C)

1

3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(A)

(B)

(C)

1

2

3

2

(D)

no

9. If sinA + sin2 A = 1, then the value of the expression (cos2A + cos 4A) is

(A)

(A)

(B)

1

2

(C)

(D)

1

1

and cos = , then the value of ( + ) is

2

2

(B) 30

(C) 60

(D)

90

91

sin 2 22 + sin 2 68

11. The value of the expression 2

2

cos 22 + cos 68

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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4sin cos

is equal to

12. If 4 tan = 3, then

4sin + cos

(A)

2

3

(B)

1

3

(C)

1

2

(D)

3

4

(A)

(B)

3

4

(C)

1

2

(D)

1

4

(C)

2sin

(D)

(A)

2cos

(B)

15. A pole 6 m high casts a shadow 2 3 m long on the ground, then the Suns

elevation is

(A\)

60

(B)

45

(C)

30

(D)

Sample Question 1 : The value of sin + cos is always greater than 1.

Solution : False.

no

increases.

Solution : True.

90

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EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

(i) increases (as 1 > , 2 > 1 , ...) and

(ii) BC decreases (B1C < BC, B2 C < B1C, ...)

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Thus the perpendicular AC remains fixed and the base BC decreases. Hence tan

increases as increases.

Sample Question 3 : tan increases faster than sin as increases.

Solution : True

We have tan =

sin

cos

Now as increases, sin increases but cos decreases. Therefore, in case of tan, the

numerator increases and the denominator decreases. But in case of sin which can be

sin

, only the numerator increases but the denominator remains fixed at 1.

1

Hence tan increases faster than sin as increases.

seen as

1

, where a is a positive number.

a

Solution : False.

We know that

1

a

0 or a

1

2 , but sin is not greater than 1.

a

1

a

1

Case 2. If a = 1, then a a

1

a

no

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EXERCISE 8.2

Write True or False and justify your answer in each of the following:

tan 47

=1

cot 43

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1.

3. The value of the expression (sin 80 cos 80) is negative.

4.

7. If the length of the shadow of a tower is increasing, then the angle of elevation of

the sun is also increasing.

8. If a man standing on a platform 3 metres above the surface of a lake observes a

cloud and its reflection in the lake, then the angle of elevation of the cloud is equal

to the angle of depression of its reflection.

9. The value of 2sin can be a

10. cos =

1

, where a is a positive number, and a 1.

a

a2 b2

, where a and b are two distinct numbers such that ab > 0.

2 ab

11. The angle of elevation of the top of a tower is 30. If the height of the tower is

doubled, then the angle of elevation of its top will also be doubled.

12. If the height of a tower and the distance of the point of observation from its foot,

both, are increased by 10%, then the angle of elevation of its top remains unchanged.

no

Solution : We know that sin 2 + cos2 = 1

Therefore,

(sin2 + cos 2) 3 = 1

or, (sin2)3 + (cos2) 3 + 3sin2 cos2 (sin2 + cos2) = 1

or,

sin6 + cos6 + 3sin2 cos2 = 1

Sample Question 2 : Prove that (sin4 cos4 +1) cosec 2 = 2

94

EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

Solution :

L.H.S. = (sin4 cos4 +1) cosec 2

= [(sin2 cos2) (sin2 + cos2) + 1] cosec2

= (sin2 cos2 + 1) cosec2

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= 2sin 2 cosec2

= 2 = RHS

Solution :

cos cosec cos sin = cos cosec (90 ) cos sin (90 )

[Given + = 90]

= 1 cos2

= sin

Solution :

sin + cos =

or

(sin + cos )2 = 3

or

2sin cos = 2

or

Therefore,

tan + cot = 1

no

or

sin 2

cos 2

sin cos

(Given)

[sin2 + cos 2 = 1]

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EXERCISE 8.3

Prove the following (from Q.1 to Q.7):

sin

1 + cos

+

= 2cosec

1+ cos

sin

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1.

2.

tan A

1 sec A

3. If tan A =

tan A

1 sec A

2cosec A

3

12

, then sinA cosA =

4

25

5.

6. 1 +

cot2

= cosec

1 + cosec

8. Find the angle of elevation of the sun when the shadow of a pole h metres high is

3 h metres long.

9. If

2

2

3 tan = 1, then find the value of sin cos .

10. A ladder 15 metres long just reaches the top of a vertical wall. If the ladder makes

an angle of 60 with the wall, find the height of the wall.

11. Simplify (1 + tan2) (1 sin) (1 + sin)

no

=1

13. Show that

tan (60 + ) tan (30 )

14. An observer 1.5 metres tall is 20.5 metres away from a tower 22 metres high.

Determine the angle of elevation of the top of the tower from the eye of the

observer.

15. Show that tan4 + tan2 = sec4 sec2.

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EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

Sample Question 1 : A spherical balloon of radius r subtends an angle at the eye of

an observer. If the angle of elevation of its centre is , find the height of the centre of

the balloon.

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Solution : In Fig. 8.3, O is the centre of balloon, whose radius OP = r and PAQ = .

Also, OAB = .

r

= , where OA = d

Now, from OAP, sin

2

d

h

.

d

h

sin d h

= =

From (1) and (2), we get

r r

sin

2 d

Also from OAB, sin =

(1)

(2)

.

2

Sample Question 2 : From a balloon vertically above a straight road, the angles of

depression of two cars at an instant are found to be 45 and 60. If the cars are 100 m

apart, find the height of the balloon.

no

or h = r sin cosec

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Solution : Let the height of the balloon at P be h meters (see Fig. 8.4). Let A and B be

the two cars. Thus AB = 100 m. From PAQ, AQ = PQ = h

PQ

= tan 60 =

BQ

or

3 (h 100)

h=

Therefore, h =

100 3

3 1

or

h

= 3

h 100

= 50 (3 + 3 )

3 ) m.

Sample Question 3 : The angle of elevation of a cloud from a point h metres above

the surface of a lake is and the angle of depression of its reflection in the lake is .

no

tan + tan

Prove that the height of the cloud above the lake is h

.

tan tan

Solution : Let P be the cloud and Q be its reflection in the lake (see Fig. 8.5). Let A be

the point of observation such that AB = h.

EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

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98

x h

= tan

d

x +h

= tan

d

From (1) and (2), we get

From QAL,

x + h tan

=

x h tan

2x tan + tan

=

2h tan tan

no

or

tan + tan

Therefore, x = h

.

tan tan

(1)

(2)

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EXERCISE 8.4

p2 1

1. If cosec + cot = p, then prove that cos = 2 .

p +1

sec2 + cosec2 = tan + cot

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2. Prove that

3. The angle of elevation of the top of a tower from certain point is 30. If the

observer moves 20 metres towards the tower, the angle of elevation of the top

increases by 15. Find the height of the tower.

4. If 1 + sin2 = 3sin cos , then prove that tan = 1 or

1

.

2

6. The angle of elevation of the top of a tower from two points distant s and t from its

foot are complementary. Prove that the height of the tower is

st .

Suns elevation is 30 than when it is 60. Find the height of the tower.

staff of height h. At a point on the plane, the angles of elevation of the bottom and

the top of the flag staff are and , respectively. Prove that the height of the

h tan

tower is

.

tan tan

l 2 +1

.

2l

10. If sin + cos = p and sec + cosec = q, then prove that q (p2 1) = 2p.

no

a2 + b2 c 2 .

=

1+ sec + tan

cos

13. The angle of elevation of the top of a tower 30 m high from the foot of another

tower in the same plane is 60 and the angle of elevation of the top of the second

tower from the foot of the first tower is 30. Find the distance between the two

towers and also the height of the other tower.

100

EXEMPLAR PROBLEMS

14. From the top of a tower h m high, the angles of depression of two objects, which

are in line with the foot of the tower are and ( > ). Find the distance

between the two objects.

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15. A ladder rests against a vertical wall at an inclination to the horizontal. Its foot

is pulled away from the wall through a distance p so that its upper end slides a

distance q down the wall and then the ladder makes an angle to the horizontal.

p cos cos

Show that q = sin sin .

16. The angle of elevation of the top of a vertical tower from a point on the ground is

60o . From another point 10 m vertically above the first, its angle of elevation is

45o. Find the height of the tower.

17. A window of a house is h metres above the ground. From the window, the angles

of elevation and depression of the top and the bottom of another house situated on

the opposite side of the lane are found to be and , respectively. Prove that the

height of the other house is h ( 1 + tan cot ) metres.

no

18. The lower window of a house is at a height of 2 m above the ground and its upper

window is 4 m vertically above the lower window. At certain instant the angles of

elevation of a balloon from these windows are observed to be 60o and 30o,

respectively. Find the height of the balloon above the ground.

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