Posted by **shelby** on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 4:18pm.

Joe looks directly north and sees mount Thomas that has an elevation of 2300m above sea level the angle of elevation to mount Thomas from his point of observation is 22 degrees when Joe looks directly east from the same point of observation he sees mount cook the angle of elevation to mount cook is 27 degrees and has an elevation of 2100m above sea level if Joe's observation point is 350m above sea level how far apart are the peaks of these two mountains away from each other?

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