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Homework Help: college Trig

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 5:58pm.

To find the distance from the house at A to the house at B, a surveyor measures the angle ACB, which is found to be 70, and then walks off the distance to each house, 50 feet and 70 feet, respectively. How far apart are the houses?
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