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An airplane leaves an airport and flies due west 120 miles and then 150 miles in the direction S 39.17°W. How far is the plane from the airport (round to the nearest mile)?

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the sun is 92,960,000 miles or (149,600,000 km) from the earth

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Use the law of cosines.
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i dont know how to do it when they have directions
The direction tells you the angle. In your picture it shows you part of the angle.
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yes
mertsj is practically giving you the answer :)
ok. then just simplify the equation and that will give me "c" which would be how far the plane is from the airport?
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