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Super64Mario

  • 2 years ago

A helium-filled balloon is attached to a 120-m-long string. The string is tied to a hook on the ground and it makes an angle of 30° with the ground, as shown below. What is the height of the balloon from the ground? (5 points) 60 m 84.84 m 103.92 m 120 m

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  1. Super64Mario
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  2. estebananaya
    • 2 years ago
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    the height is 120*sin(30°), what ever that number is

  3. Varunkumar6
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    sin30= x/120 x=120*.5=60

  4. Super64Mario
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    So i thinks its D 120m

  5. Varunkumar6
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    No. it cannot be. The opposite side is less than that of hypotenuse. I am sure it is 60

  6. Super64Mario
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    Ok i see how you got that. your right. Thank You :)

  7. Varunkumar6
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    @Super64Mario you are welcome

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