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MaryJSmith

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Ben is measuring the height of a cliff from a point S on the ground, as shown below. What is the height, in meters, of the cliff?

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  2. Mertsj
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    Use the tangent function.

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    77/tan(50)

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    \[\tan 50=\frac{cliff}{77}\] \[77(\tan 50)=cliff\]

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