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1. You are in a hot air balloon where you can see your friend on the ground. What is the angle from your friend's line of sight to you? (This is the angle of elevation from your friend to the hot air balloon).
2. About how far is your friend from the point on the ground below the hot air balloon?
A) 20*
B) 70*
C) 90*
D) 639 ft
E) 1648 ft
* = degree symbol
 3 years ago
 3 years ago
bbgurlskr Group Title
1. You are in a hot air balloon where you can see your friend on the ground. What is the angle from your friend's line of sight to you? (This is the angle of elevation from your friend to the hot air balloon). 2. About how far is your friend from the point on the ground below the hot air balloon? A) 20* B) 70* C) 90* D) 639 ft E) 1648 ft * = degree symbol
 3 years ago
 3 years ago

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Um, it's not possible to say...
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Annand Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
#1 the friend's angle of elevation is shown in the figure...(20 degree)
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#2 let x be the horizontal seperation... tan(20)=600/x x=600/tan(20)
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