Posted by **singh** on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 6:55pm.

An airplane flies from Ft. Myers to Sarasota, a

distance of 150 miles, and then turns through an

angle of 50° and flies to Orlando, a distance of 100

miles (see the figure).

(a) How far is it from Ft. Myers to Orlando?

(b) Through what angle should the pilot turn at

Orlando to return to Ft. Myers?

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