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Lesson Worksheet: Trigonometry in Three Dimensions Mathematics
In this worksheet, we will practice solving trigonometry problems in three dimensions.
The bearing from point A to a tower positioned at point C is . The distance between point A and the tower is 100 m and the elevation of the top of the tower from point A is . From point D, the tower is on a bearing of , and the bearing of D from A is .
Calculate the height of the tower to the nearest tenth.
Calculate the distance AD to the nearest tenth.
In the given cuboid, calculate angle .
In the given pyramid, calculate angle to the nearest degree.
In the given triangular prism, calculate angle to the nearest degree.
In the given rectangular prism, calculate, to the nearest degree, the angle between and plane .