NZ Level 7 (NZC) Level 2 (NCEA)
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Trigonometry in 3D

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A square prism has sides of length $3$3cm, $3$3cm and $14$14cm as shown.

a

If the diagonal $HF$HF has a length of $z$z cm, calculate $z$z to two decimal places.

b

If the size of $\angle DFH$DFH is $\theta$θ°, find theta to two decimal places.

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The following is a right pyramid on a square base with side length $12$12cm. A right pyramid has its apex aligned directly above the centre of its base.

The edge length $VA$VA is $23$23cm.

All edges of the following cube are $7$7 cm long.

A rectangular prism has dimensions as labelled on the diagram.

Outcomes

M7-4

Apply trigonometric relationships, including the sine and cosine rules, in two and three dimensions

91259

Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems

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