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posted by luckybee .
the horizontal speed of an airplane is 183mph. the magnitude of the plane's velocity is 200mph. write an expression describing the angle the angle the plane is climbing
my solution:
cos1 183/200 is this right

Yes, that is correct. The plane could also be descending at the same angle (23.79 degrees)
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