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posted by Helen .
Describe the points on the earth’s surface that are visible to a viewer who is 100 miles
above the North Pole.
Would it be half of the surface area of Earth?

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Steve
No. Draw a diagram and it will how how far the horizon is at that altitude.
Hint  the radius at the horizon makes a right angle at the surface.
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