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anonymous
 3 years ago
From a hot air balloon, the angle between a radio antenna straight below and the base of the library downtown is 57°, as shown below. If the height of the balloon is 15 miles, what is the distance between the radio antenna and the library?
A. 23.1 miles
B. 12.7 miles
C. 8.2 miles
D. 11.6 miles
anonymous
 3 years ago
From a hot air balloon, the angle between a radio antenna straight below and the base of the library downtown is 57°, as shown below. If the height of the balloon is 15 miles, what is the distance between the radio antenna and the library? A. 23.1 miles B. 12.7 miles C. 8.2 miles D. 11.6 miles

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Tan(57)=(x/15) x=23 miles Use Tan(52)=(100/x) x=78 feet
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