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A man watches a bird fly which is at a vertical height of 800km from the ground.If The angle of elevation is 60 Degree,find the actual distance between the man and the bird

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so we need to find out what x equals
Now are you aware of SOHCAHTOA?
yea
i know SOHCAHTOA :P
Okkk so which one would you use if you need to find out what x is?
lol idk hahahhaa
Hypontneus right
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Ok so whats opposite our angle 60 degrees?
hypotnuse
Nope I labeled the hypotnuse
if you see 800 is directly across the 60 degree angle
yea :D
so in here we should find the distance right
Ok here is the answer tan(60)=800/x
so x=800/tan(60)
13.3
is it correct
Nope
x=461.88
oh we should dvid by including tan right
ya so its \(x=\large \frac{800}{\tan(60)}\)
oh okay so thats the final answer right
yup:)
thank u swiisy
np :)

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