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

Revise NCERT Solutions for CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Chapter 9 Some Applications of Trigonometry to hone your problem-solving skills to ace the board exam. When you practise the textbook solutions, you relearn the methods for applying trigonometry concepts. Solve problems wherein you must calculate the distance between two objects such as ships. 

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Chapter 9 - Some Applications of Trigonometry Exercise Ex. 9.1

Solution 1
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 2

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let AC be the original tree and A'B be the broken part which makes an angle of 30o with the ground.

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Solution 3

In the two figures, AC and PR are the slides for younger and elder children respectively

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Solution 4
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 5

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Let A be the position of the kite and the string is tied to point C on ground.

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Solution 6
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 7
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let BC be the building, AB be the transmission tower, and D be the point on ground from where elevation angles are to be measured.

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 8
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let AB be the statue, BC be the pedestal and D be the point on ground from where elevation angles are to be measured.

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 9
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 10
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 11
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 12
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 13
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let AB be the lighthouse and the two ships be at point C and D respectively.

/>Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 14
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 15
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let AB be the tower. C is the original position of the car which changes to D after six seconds.

Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry
Solution 16
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

Let AQ be the tower and R, S respectively be the points which are 4m, 9m away from base of tower.
Ncert Solutions Cbse Class 10 Mathematics Chapter - Some Applications Of Trigonometry

As the height can not be negative, the height of the tower is 6 m.