Posted by **alex** on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at 11:09am.

a landing airplane, moving in a straight line , passes over two points (p and q) which are 300 feet apart. when the airplane is above p, as seen from Q, its angle of elevation is 60 degress, and when above Q, as seen from p, its angle of elevation is 40 degress. at what distance from q will the airplane land?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- trigonometry - An aircraft at C is spotted by two observers at A and B who are L...
- Calculus - An airplane is flying above an observer standing on the ground. At ...
- Physics - An airplane is flying above an observer standing on the ground. At the...
- trigonometry - Two stations A and B are 2,000m apart. When an airplane was ...
- Math (Pre-Calc) - An airplane is flying east at a constant altitude of 28,000 ...
- math - an airplane is flying at a constant altitude of 28000 meters. when first ...
- trigonometry - An airplane rises vertically 1000 feet over a horizontal distance...
- Math. Help Thanks! - Hot dogs and Hamburgers: 1.) The caterer for your class ...
- Geom./Trig. - an airplane flies directly overhead at 540mph. 1 minute later is ...
- Math - An airplane rises vertically 1000 feet over a horizontal distance of 1 ...

More Related Questions