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Homework Help: Math C30

Posted by Jill on Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 11:29pm.

An airplane is leaving the first airport (A) at a bearing of 70 degrees. It then travels 238 miles to airport B. After fueling up, it leaves at a bearing of 120 degrees and lands at airport C. After fueling up it finally returns to airport (A) at a bearing of 260 degrees. What is the total miles of the complete trip?
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