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8. An airplane pilot over the Pacific sights an atoll at an angle of depression of 5°. At this time, the horizontal distance from the airplane to the atoll is 4,629 meters. What is the height of the plane to the nearest meter?(1 point)
403 m
405 m
4,611 m
4,647 m
9. Use compass directions to describe the direction of the vector. The diagram is not drawn to scale. (1 point)
45° east of north
45° west of north
45° west of south
45° east of south
10. To find the height of a pole, a surveyor moves 140 feet away from the base of the pole and then, with a transit 4 feet tall, measures
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8. An airplane pilot over the Pacific sights an atoll at an angle of depression of 5°. At this time, the horizontal distance from the airplane to the atoll is 4,629 meters. What is the height of the plane to the nearest meter?(1 point) 403 m 405 m 4,611 m 4,647 m 9. Use compass directions to describe the direction of the vector. The diagram is not drawn to scale. (1 point) 45° east of north 45° west of north 45° west of south 45° east of south 10. To find the height of a pole, a surveyor moves 140 feet away from the base of the pole and then, with a transit 4 feet tall, measures
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