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Homework Help: Tech Math 1b

Posted by Dexter Gibons on Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 1:34am.

Suppose that a hot air balloon moving due east at a speed of 15 mile per hour (mph) and at a constant
altitude of 100 feet passes directly overhead. Thirty seconds later, what is the distance between me and
the balloon?

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