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These are the Transum resources related to the statement: "Understand and use the definitions of sine, cosine and tangent for all arguments; the sine and cosine rules; the area of a triangle in the form ½*ab*sin(C); Work with radian measure, including use for arc length and area of sector".

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- Numbasics A daily workout strengthening your ability to do the basic mathematical operations efficiently.
- Trigonometry 20 trigonometry questions in an online, self marking exercise.
- Trigonometry Advanced A self-marking exercise on the sine rule, cosine rule and the sine formula for finding the area of a triangle.
- Which Side? Arrange the diagrams in groups depending on whether the arrow is pointing to the opposite, adjacent or hypotenuse.

Here are some exam-style questions on this statement:

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*The diagram (not drawn to scale) shows a right-angled triangle.*" ... more - "
*An arborist sights the top of a tree using a clinometer and reads the angle of elevation to be 29*" ... more^{o}. Her clinometer is 28 metres from the base of the tree and is on a tripod making it 1.5 metres above ground level. - "
*The diagram shows a trapezium where the sides AC and BD are parallel.*" ... more - "
*Consider the triangle ABC where AB=17cm, AC=14cm and the angle BAC = 118*" ... more^{o}. Find the length of BC. - "
*Triangle ABC has a right angle at C.*" ... more - "
*Neung is at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport watching the planes take off. He observes a plane that is at an angle of elevation of 25*" ... more^{o}from where he is standing at point N. The plane is at a height of 390 metres as can be seen in the following diagram (not to scale). - "
*The angle marked \(x\) in the diagram below is obtuse. Find the value of \(x\)*" ... more - "
*The Tamarack triathlon race consists of swimming, cycling and running. Competitors swim from A to B, then cycle from B to C and finally run from C back to A.*" ... more - "
*The area of triangle ABC (not drawn to scale) is*" ... more - "
*The diagram shows parallelogram ABCD in which AD = \(x\) cm, DE = 12 cm and angle ABC = 30°*" ... more - "
*In triangle ABC, AB = 7cm and AC = 9cm. The area of the triangle is 20cm*" ... more^{2}. - "
*ABC is a triangular car park on horizontal ground. The length of AB is 90m and the length of AC is 65m. The size of angle BCA is 68*" ... more^{o}. - "
*The diagram (not to scale) shows a quadrilateral made up of a number of triangles.*" ... more - "
*Calculate the length of the side marked \(x\).*" ... more - "
*In the diagram of triangle ABC (not to scale) D is a point on BC.*" ... more - "
*The diagram, not drawn to scale, shows a quadrilateral ABCD.*" ... more - "
*In triangle ABC, the length of AB = 5cm, AC = 13cm and \( \cos B \hat AC = \frac18 \).*" ... more - "
*In the diagram above (not drawn to scale), AB=12mm, BC=8mm and angle ABC=123*" ... more^{o} - "
*The following diagram shows part of a circle with centre O and radius 10cm.*" ... more - "
*The diagram shows quadrilateral ABCD. Lengths are given in centimetres.*" ... more - "
*A builder marks out three points A, B and C on the ground such that AB = 11m , AC = 15m and angle BAC = 124*" ... more^{o}. - "
*A drone flying test course is in the shape of a triangle, ABC, with AB = 400m , BC = 600m and angle ABC = 44*" ... more^{o}. The course starts and finishes at point A. - "
*The diagram shows a circle of radius 8.6cm with points ABCD on the circumference of the circle.*" ... more - "
*Emma sails in a small dinghy from point A in a straight line to a buoy at point B. She is moving at an average speed of 19 km/h, for 6 minutes, on a bearing of 125°.*" ... more - "
*The diagram shown the origin O (0,0) and a fixed point A(10,2). The point P moves along the horizontal line \(y = 8\).*" ... more

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