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You know how to write sin for a triangle?

\[\sin \frac{ opp }{ hyp }\]

Yes try using this here we know sin30=1/2

where did you get that from

oh yea ok

Now can you proceed from here?

eh no not really

where are you stuck?

basically the begining this confused me bc i was given the adjacent side to the angle

Sorry I couldn't understand you...can you explain more

you use cos not sin if you are given adjecent. But better yet this problem requires tan :P

tan because you are given the adjecent. And wanna know the oppossite side.

tan(30)=opp/adj=x/1000

so i need to use tan

Yup :D
it is the simplest trig ID that has both opp and adj in it.

tan(30)=opp/adj=x/1000
tan(30)=x/1000 solve for x can you do that?

\[1000*\tan 30=\frac{ x }{ 1000 }*1000\]
\[1000( \tan 30)=x\]
but the angle is 32 degrees

1000*tan 32 =x
is right so far :D what you do now is evaluate tan 32 in degree mode SOrry at typo

i must have look at that other guy who say sin 30 lol.

1000 tan (32) gave me a crazy answer

so rock climber is approx. 630.8' from the ground

Ohh sorry I made a mistake...was multitasking :(

i have no answer choices

go with
630.8 then