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a hang glider flying in the air is 56 meter from an observation point on the ground. if it is 50 meter along level ground from the observation to a point directly under the glider, how high is the glider?

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  1. cos A = 50/56
    find A
    then
    sin A = h/56

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  2. h^2 + 50^2 = 56^2

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