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July 26, 2014

July 26, 2014

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? Wit...

**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 n...

**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 n...

**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?

**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...

**Trigonometry (Math)**

Thank you! :D Please don't be tired of helping others! :D God Bless you. :D

**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. :'(

**Trigonometry (Math)**

woah! it doesn't look the way i made it. :( it's just look like letter 'N'. if it's fix.

**Trigonometry (Math)**

l i\ l i \ l i \ l i \ l i____\l

**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....

**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 s...

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