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A road has an incline of 10°. To the nearest foot, find the increase in altitude of a car after driving 4,000 feet along the road.
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A road has an incline of 10°. To the nearest foot, find the increase in altitude of a car after driving 4,000 feet along the road.
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Draw a rt triangle. dw:1336518677459:dw What trig ratio can yu use? Soh CaH Toa
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Tangent, do i divide or multiply by 10?
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find tan(10) Get that decimal value and then multiply by the 4000 When x is on top, multiply. When x is on the bottom divide. It is a proportion really.
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dw:1336519067444:dw i get here then im confused
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dw:1336519188647:dw
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oh i seee, thank ya so much
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no prob
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i guess im a visual learner
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