### Exercise 23.1

1. I have drawn a right-angled triangled ABC whose hypotenuse AB=10 cm, base BC=8 cm. and perpendicular AC=6cm. Let us determine the values of sine and tangent **∠**ABC.

2. Some have drawn a right-angled triangle ABC whose ∠ABC =90°, AB=24 cm. and BC=7cm. By calculating, let us write the values of Sin A, Cos A, tan A, and cosec A.

3. If a right-angled triangled ABC, **∠**C=90^{o} , BC=21 units, and AB=29 units, then let us find the values of Sin A, Cos A, Sin B, and Cos B.

4. If cosØ = 7/25, then let us determine the values of all trigonometric ratios of the angle Ø.

5. If cotØ =2, then let us determine the values of tanØ and secØ and show that 1+tan^{2}Ø=sec^{2}Ø.

6. If cosØ=0.6, then let us show that, (5sinØ-3tanØ) =0.

7. If cotA =4/7.5, then let us determine the values of cosA and Cosec A and show that 1+cot^{2}A=cosec^{2}A

8. If sin C=2/3, then let us write by calculating, the value of cos C * Cosec C

### Exercise 23.2

1. In the window of our house, there is a ladder at an angle of 60^{o} with the ground. If the ladder is 2**√**3 m. long, then let us write by calculating with the figure, the height of our window above the ground.

2. ABC is a right-angled triangle with its **∠**B is 1 right angle. If AB =8**√**3 cm. and BC =8 cm. then let us write by calculating, the values of **∠**ACB and **∠**BAC.

3. In a right-angled triangle ABC, ∠B =90^{o}_{,} ∠A=30^{o} and AC =20 cm. Let us determine the length of two sides BC and AB.

4. In a right-angle triangle PQR, ∠Q=90^{o}, ∠R=45^{o}; if PR =3**√**2, then let us find out the lengths of two sides PQ and QR.

5. Let us determine the values of :

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(iii) 3tan^{2}45^{o }– sin^{2} 60^{o} – 1/3 cot^{2}30 – 1/8 sec^{2} 45^{o}

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(iv) 4/3 cot^{2} 30^{o} + 3sin^{2} 60^{o} 2 cosec ^{2 }60^{o} – 3/4 tan^{2} 30^{o}

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8. If x tan 30^{o} + y cot 60^{o} = 0 and 2x – y tan 45^{o} =1, then let us write calculate the values of x and y.

9. If A=B=45^{o}, then let us justify

(i) sin(A+B) =sinA cosB + cosA sinB

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(ii) cos (A+B) = cos B – sinA sinB

10. (i) In an equilateral triangle ABC, BD is a median. Let us prove that, tan ∠ABD = cot ∠BAD

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(ii) In an isosceles triangle ABC, AB=AC and ∠BAC=90^{O}; the bisector of ∠BAC intersect the side BC at the point D.

Let us Prove that, (sec∠ACD)/sin∠CAD=cosec^{2} ∠CAD

11. Let us determine the value/values of Ø (0^{o}<Ø<90^{o}), for which 2 cos^{2}Ø – 3cosØ + 1=0 will be true.

### Exercise 23.3

1.(i) If sinØ=4/5, then let us write the value of cosec/1+cotØ by determining it.

1.(ii) If tanØ= 3/4, then let us show that;

1. (iii) If tanØ =1, then let us determine the value of

2. (i) Let us express cosecØ and tanØ in terms of sinØ.

(ii) Let us write cosecØ and tanØ in terms of cosecØ.

3.(i) If secØ + tanØ =2, then let us determine the value of (secØ – tanØ).

3. (ii) If cosecØ – cotØ= √2-1, then let us write by calculating, the value of (cosecØ + cotØ).

3.(iii) If sinØ + cosØ= 1, then let us

determine the value of sinØ *cosØ.

3.(iv) If tanØ + otØ= 2, then let us determine the value of (tanØ – cotØ).

3. (v) If sinØ – cos Ø = 7/13, then let us

determine the value of sinØ + cosØ.

3(vi) If sinØcosØ=1/2, then let us write by calculating, the value of (sinØ +cosØ).

3. (vii) If secØ – tanØ = 1/√3, then let us determine the value of both secØ and tanØ.

3. (viii) If cosecØ +cotØ = √3, then let us determines the values of both cosecØ and cotØ.

3. (ix) If (sinØ+cosØ)/(sinØ – cosØ)= 7, then let us write by calculating the value of tanØ.

3.(x) If (cosecØ + sinØ)/(cosecØ – sinØ)

=5/3, then let us write by calculating, the value of sinØ.

3.(xi) If secØ + cosØ = 5/2, then let us write by calculating, the value of (secØ – cosØ).

3.(xii) Let us determine

the value of tanØ from the relation 5sin^{2}Ø +

4cos^{2}Ø =9/2.

3.(xiii) If tan^{2}Ø + cot^{2}Ø = 10/3, let us determine the value of tanØ + cotØ and tanØ – cotØ and from these let us write the value of tanØ.

3.(xiv) If sec^{2}Ø + tan^{2}Ø

= 13/12, then let us write by calculating, the value of (sec^{4}Ø – tan^{4}Ø).

4. (i) In ΔPQR, **∠**Q is right angle. If PR=√5 units and PQ-RQ=1unit, then let us determine the value of cosP – cosR.

4.(ii) In ΔXYZ, **∠**Y is right angle. If xy= 2√3 units and XZ-YZ =2

units then let us determine the value of (sec X – tan X).

5. Let us determine ‘Ø’ from the relation:

(i) x = 2sin Ø, y=3cos Ø

5.(ii) 5x= 3sec Ø, y=3tan Ø

6.(i) If sinα=5/13, then let us show that , tanα + secα =1.5.

6.(ii) If tanA = n/m, then let us determine the values of both sinA and secA.

6.(iii) If cos Ø = x/√x^{2}+y^{2}, then let us show that, x sin Ø = y cos Ø.

6.(iv) If sinα= a^{2} – b^{2}/a^{2}+b^{2}.

Then let us show that , cot α =2ab/a^{2} – b^{2}.

6.(v) If sin Ø/x = cos Ø/y, then let us show that, sin Ø – soc Ø = x-y/√x^{2}+y^{2}.

6.(vi) If (1+4x^{2}) cosA = 4x, then let us show that cosecA +

cotA = 1+2x/1-2x.

7. If x = a sin Ø and y= b tan Ø, then let us prove that, a^{2}/x^{2} – b^{2}/y^{2}=1.

8.If sin Ø + sin^{2} = 1, then let us prove that , cos^{2} Ø + cos^{4} Ø = 1.