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Homework Help: Math!

Posted by Johnny on Tuesday, January 8, 2008 at 8:26pm.

From the top of a 40m fire tower, a fire ranger observes smoke in tower
locations. One has a an angle of depression of 10o, and the
other has an angle of depression of 7o. Calculate the
distance between the smoke sightings when they are

a.) on opposite sides of the tower and in line with the tower.
b.) in perpendicular directions from the tower.

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