How tall is a cell phone tower that casts a 120-foot shadow when the sun is at a 83 degree of elevation? (round to nearest foot)

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How tall is a cell phone tower that casts a 120-foot shadow when the sun is at a 83 degree of elevation? (round to nearest foot)

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tan(83) = h/d d tan(83) = h 120 tan(83) = h
\[tan(83)=\frac{h}{120}\] \[h=120tan(83)\]
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lol...its that equation editor; eats alot of time :)
using latex. don't like editor plus i get latex practice.
i get to many typos to do latex :)
that is why i am doing it. increase my speed plus memorize commands.

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