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elizabethann509

Help please. I'm desperate. This is my last day of school and I have 30 minutes to get this stuff in and I don't know how to do this. Your parents surprise you with a hot air balloon ride above the city. From a hot air balloon, the angle between vertical (straight down) and a line directly to your house is 63°, as shown below. If the distance between the radio antenna directly below you and home is 14 miles, the height of the balloon is 7.1 miles. http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/GEOMx-HS-WA10/b/assessments/Semester2Exam/Geometry_SemesterBFinal_FINAL_184q.jpg

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    So what do u want actually?

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    The formula for how to solve something like this.

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  3. maheshmeghwal9
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    so u r giving me the answer h=7.1 miles directly. & u want formula. Hmm?

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    its a true or false. i need to know the formula to see if it is right or not

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