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A glider is flying at an altitude of 5610 m. The angle of depression from the glider to the control tower is 30°18'. What is the horizontal

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    This is a right angle problem. Using the given information you can come up with this equation tan (30+18/60) = 5610/horizontal. Solve for horizontal and you're done.

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