# Trig Jeopardy - Freedom High School

Trig. Jeopardy!

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The angle of elevation from a sailboat to the top of a 145-foot lighthouse is 22 degrees. To the nearest foot, how far is the sailboat from the lighthouse?

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Susan is flying a kite over her sister,

Karen, who is approximately 125 meters away. When she holds the kite string down to the ground, the string makes a 39 degree angle with the level ground. To the nearest meter, how high is Susan’s kite?

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Evaluate the quotient of twice x and 5 to the nearest tenth.

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A salvage ship’s sonar locates wreckage at a 14 degree angle of depression. A diver is lowered 50 meters to the ocean floor. How far does the diver need to walk along the ocean floor to the wreckage?

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A meteorologist shines a spotlight vertically onto the bottom of a cloud formation. He then places an anglemeasuring device 60 meters from the spotlight and measures a 71 degree angle of elevation form the ground to the spot of light on the clouds. How high are the clouds?

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