# geometry

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A radio tower casts a shadow 170 feet long. The angle of elevation of the sun is 43 degrees. How high is the tower? Round to hundredths.

• geometry -

h/170 = tan43
evaluate tan43, multiply and you have h

• geometry -

180

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