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Homework Help: trigonometry grade 11

Posted by anonymous on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 5:02pm.

Brit and Tara are standing 13.5 m apart on a dock when they observe a
sailboat moving parallel to the dock. When the boat is equidistant between
both girls, the angle of elevation to the top of its 8.0 m mast is for both
observers. Describe how you would calculate the angle, to the nearest degree,between Tara and the boat as viewed from Brit’s position. Justify your reasoning with calculations.

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