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you are at a parade looking up at a large balloon floating directly above the street. you are 60 feet away from a point on the street directly Beneath the balloon. to see the top of the balloon your angle of elevation is 53°. to see the bottom of the balloon your angle of elevation is 29°. what is the total height of the Balloon?

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  1. see the related questions. Same problem, different numbers.

    posted by Steve
  2. 46ft

    posted by Kelly

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