## [answered] 1. A ladder is leaning up against a 10-foot wall at an angl

1. A ladder is leaning up against a 10-foot wall at an angle of elevation of 65 degrees. How far is the foot of the ladder from the wall?

a. 4.7 feet

b. 6.6 feet

c. 15.4 feet

d. 21.4 feet

2. what calculation is different in finding the missing side lengths and angle measure in a right triangle using the trig function?

3.what is the procedure for measuring positive angles on the unit circle?

4. write 35 degrees 26' 9" using decimals. Round to nearest thousandths

A. 35.436 degrees

B. 35. 457 degrees

C. 35. 460 degrees

D. 35.500 degrees

5. Write 85.847 degrees in degrees, min, and seconds

A. 85 degrees 50' 49"

B. 85 degrees 44' 45"

C. 85 degrees 32' 15"

D. 85 degrees 29' 31"

6. find the cotangent of the angle in standard position in which the terminal side passes through the point (6,8)

a. 3/5

b. 3/4

c. 4/5

d. 4/3

7. Find the co secant?of the angles in standard position in which the terminal side passes through the point (-16, -30)

a. 15/8

b. -17/8

c. 17/15

d. -17/15

8. what is the cosine of -135 degrees and what is the cosine of -210 degrees

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