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A plane takes off at an angle of 20 degrees. Assuming a constant speed and trajectory, by the time it has travelled 25 kilometres horizontally, how high will it be flying?

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  1. draw a diagram. You will see that the height
    h/25 = tan20°
    now just solve for h

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