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Posted by Shihara on Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 8:07am.

TWO OBSERVERS, WHO ARE 2 MILES APART ON A HORIZONTAL PLANE, OBSERVE A BALOON IN THE SAME VERTICAL PLANE WITH THEMSELVES.FIND THE HEIGHT OF THE BALOON, (A) IF IT IS BETWEEN THE OBSERVERS (B) IF IT IS ON THE SAME SIDE OF BOTH OF THEM

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