Posted by **Pam** on Friday, December 19, 2008 at 12:28pm.

Two fire towers, A and B, are 20.3 km apart. From tower A, the bearing of tower B is 70̊. The ranger in each tower observes a fire and radios the bearing of the fire from the tower. The bearing from tower A is 25̊ and from tower B is 345̊. How far is the fire from each tower?

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