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October 21, 2014

Posts by Alianne


Total # Posts: 11

Trigonometry (Law of Sine)
Fire towers A and B are located 10 miles apart. They use the direction of the other tower as 0°. Rangers at fire tower A spots a fire at 42°, and rangers at fire tower B spot the same fire at 64°. How far from tower A is the fire to the nearest tenth of a mile? ...
February 25, 2012

Trigonometry (Law of Sine)
Triangulation can be used to find the location of an object by measuring the angles to the object from two points at the end of a baseline. Two lookouts 20 miles apart on the coast spot a ship at sea. Using the figure below find the distance, d, the ship is from shore to the ...
February 25, 2012

Trigonometry (Law of Sine)
Triangulation can be used to find the location of an object by measuring the angles to the object from two points at the end of a baseline. Two lookouts 20 miles apart on the coast spot a ship at sea. Using the figure below find the distance, d, the ship is from shore to the ...
February 25, 2012

Trigonometry (Law of Sine)
Fire towers A and B are located 10 miles apart. They use the direction of the other tower as 0°. Rangers at fire tower A spots a fire at 42°, and rangers at fire tower B spot the same fire at 64°. How far from tower A is the fire to the nearest tenth of a mile?
February 25, 2012

Math
Just divide it on what do you want to removed and left what formula do you want to get. if you want to get the x then it must be 7x/7=t/7 then you must cancel all the same in 7x/7 so cancel '7' because 7 divided by 7 is equal to 1 so it is just the same. After that all...
February 9, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
Thank you! :D Please don't be tired of helping others! :D God Bless you. :D
February 7, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
From the top of a building 70 ft. high, two objects in a straight line from the building are observed at angles of depression of 28° and 41°6' respectively. Find the distance between the two objects. -Complete Solution please. :'(
February 7, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
woah! it doesn't look the way i made it. :( it's just look like letter 'N'. if it's fix.
February 7, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
l i\ l i \ l i \ l i \ l i____\l
February 7, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
Thank you!! I trust you. :D I hope this is right. :D *This is my illustration l i\ l i \ l i \ l i \ l i____\l -the 'l' is the 1st building. -the 'i' is the 2nd building. -the "backslash(\)" is the ladder. -the "underscore(_)" is the street...
February 7, 2012

Trigonometry (Math)
A ladder 42 feet long is place so that it will reach a window 30 feet high (first building) on one side of a street; if it is turned over, its foot being held in position, it will reach a window 2o5 feet high (second building) on the other side of the street. How wide is the ...
February 7, 2012

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