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NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 9 Some Applications of Trigonometry

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The NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 9 Some Applications of Trigonometry gives a detailed explanation of all the questions given in the NCERT textbook. NCERT Solutions help you to score high marks in 10th CBSE board exams as well as increase your confidence level as all the trigonometry related concepts are well-explained in a structured way. The Vedantu expert teachers have prepared the NCERT Solutions Class 10 Maths Chapter 9 some applications of trigonometry free pdfs as per the NCERT syllabus and guidelines given by the CBSE board. NCERT Solution is always beneficial in your exam preparation and revision. Download NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths from Vedantu, which are curated by master teachers. Also, you can revise and download Class 10 Science Solutions for Exam 2019-2020, using the updated CBSE textbook solutions provided by us.

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 2. What is the importance of trigonometry applications in real-life?

The application of trigonometry may not be directly used in solving practical issues but used in distinct fields. For example, trigonometry is used in developing computer music as you must be aware of the fact that sound travels in the form of waves and this wave pattern using sine and cosine functions helps to develop computer music. The following are some of the applications where the concepts of trigonometry and its functions are applicable.


It is used to measure the height and distance of a building or a mountain

It is used in the Aviation sector

It is used in criminology

It is used in Navigation

It is used in creating maps

It is used in satellite systems

The basic trigonometric functions such as sine and cosine are used to determine the sound and light waves.

It is used in oceanography to formulate the height of waves and tides in the ocean.

3. The distance from where the building can be viewed is 90ft from its base and the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 35°. Calculate the height of the building.

Given: Distance from where the building can be viewed is 90ft from its base and angle of elevation to the top of the building is stated as 35°

To calculate the height of the building, we will use the following trigonometry formula

 Tan 35° = Opposite Side/ Adjacent Side

 Tan 35° = H/90

 H = 90 x Tan 35°

 H = 90 x 0.7002

 H= 63.018 feet

 Hence, the height of the building is 63.018 feet.


4. From a 60 meter high tower, the angle of depression of the top and bottom of a house are ‘a and b’ respectively. Calculate the value of x, if the height of the house is [60 sin (β − α)]/ x.

H = d tan β and H- h = d tan α

60/60-h = tan β – tan α

h = [60 tan α – 60 tan β] / [tan β]

h= [60 sin (β – α)/ [(cos α cos β)] [(sin α sin β)]

x = cos α cos β


5. The top of the two different towers of height x and y, standing on the ground level subtended angle of 30° and 60° respectively at the center of the line joining their feet. Calculate x: y.

In ΔABE,

x/a = Tan 30°

x/a = 1/3

x  = a/3

In ΔCDE

y/a = Tan 60°

y/a = 3 → y = a x 3

x/a ÷ y/a =  a/3÷ a3

x/a × y/a =  a/3 × 1/a×3

x/y = 1/3


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