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Two ships, A and B, set sail from the same port. Ship A traveled in a northwesterly direction such that its path formed a 50° angle with the line for due north. Ship B traveled due east from the port. What is the distance, d, between the ships when Ship A has traveled 12 miles on its path and Ship B has traveled 10 miles on its path? a. 9.5 miles b. 20.0 miles c. 20.7 miles d. 22.0 miles

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  1. anonymous
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    @gaos

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    you can use the paralelogram rule d²=12²+10²-2x12x10xcos(90+50)

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    • one year ago
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    do i just add that together?

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    12²=?? 10²??? 2x12x10=??? cos(90+50)=????

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