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From the point of view of an observer on the ground, the angle of elevation to a hot-air balloon 360 feet in the air is 7.1 degrees. How far is the observer from a point directly below the balloon?

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    |dw:1378909249964:dw|

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    knowing that a trinagle has a total of 180* , You can now solve the distance of the observer below the balloon using Sine Law.

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