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Posted by **Mariel** on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 8:11am.

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**Henry**, Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 9:18pmh = 32 m.

A = 24.25o

B = 18.2o

Tan24.25 = h/X1 = 32/X1

X1*Tan24.25 = 32

X1 = 32/Tan24.25 = 71 m.=Hor. distance

between boat A and the cliff.

Tan18.2 = h/(X1+X2) = 32/(71+X2)

(71+X2)*Tan18.2 = 32

71+X2 = 32/Tan18.2 = 97.33

X2 = 97.33-71 = 26.3 m=Distance between

boat A and B.

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