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smurfy14

  • 4 years ago

How do I set this problem up? (a picture would be helpful)

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  1. smurfy14
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  2. anonymous
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    Oh Gods, I can't read the image.

  3. smurfy14
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    lmao here let me type it

  4. smurfy14
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    The top row of the red seats behind home plate at CR stadium is 90 ft above the level of the playing field. The angle of depression to the base of the left field wall is 14 degrees. How far is the base of the left field wall from a point on level ground directly below the top row?

  5. anonymous
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    |dw:1328835888145:dw| Excuse my amazing drawing. A simple sin should solve the problem for you.

  6. smurfy14
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    oh quick question..why does 14 go on bottom and not on top?

  7. anonymous
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    Oh, I'm sorry, 14 goes on the top.

  8. anonymous
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    Wasn't reading carefully. Sorry. :(

  9. smurfy14
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    ohh ok so did you get 22.44?

  10. anonymous
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    I got 292ft.

  11. smurfy14
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    wouldnt you use tangent?

  12. anonymous
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    Oh, woops, level ground. You're right, tangent. Lol, I'm derping around today.

  13. smurfy14
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    haha so now would you get 22.44? lol

  14. anonymous
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    I got 360ft.

  15. anonymous
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    ಠ_ಠ Wait, what. Oh I did it wrong. Yeah, I got 22.4

  16. anonymous
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    I need to take a break from math today.

  17. smurfy14
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    ohmygosh lol is that your final answer?

  18. anonymous
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    Yes. Absolutely final.

  19. smurfy14
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    my teachers key says 360 and idk why bc i would think is 22.44 lol so thanks

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