Here we will solve two different types of problems based on S R Theta formula. The stepbystep explanation will help us to know how the formula ‘S is Equal to R’ is used to solve these examples.
Problems based on S R Theta Formula:
1. The large hand of a big clock is 35 (thirtyfive) cm long. How many cm does its extremity move in 9 (nine) minutes?
Solution:The angle traced by the large hand in 60 minutes = 360°
= 2π Radians.
Therefore, the angle traced by the large hand in 9 minutes
= [(2π/60) × 9] Radians
= 3π/10 Radians
Let s be the length of the arc moved by the tip of the minutes hand, then
s = rθ
or, s = [35 × (3π/10)] cm
or, s = [35 ∙ (3/10) ∙ (22/7)] cm
or, s = 33 cm.
2. Assuming the distance of the sum from the observer to be 9,30,00,000 miles and the angle subtended by the diameter of the sun at the eye of the observer to be 32', find the diameter of the sun.
Solution:
Let O be the observer, C the center of the sun and AB be the diameter of the sun.
Then by problem, OC = 9,30,00000 and ∠AOB = 32' = (32/60) × (π/180) radian.= 9,30,00000 × 32/60 × π/180 miles
= 9,30,00000 × 32/60 × 22/7 × 1/180 miles
= 8,67,686 miles (approx.)
Therefore, the required diameter of the sun = 8,67,686 miles (approx.).
3. At what distance does a man, 5½ feet in height, subtend an angle of 20”?
Solution:
or, r = (11 × 60 × 60 × 180 × 7)/(2 × 20 × 20) feet.
or, r = 10 miles 1300 yards.
Therefore, the required distance = 10 miles 1300 yards.
● Measurement of Angles
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