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Please check my work? Question: Robbie the Robot is on a weather satellite orbiting Earth about 3600 km above the surface. The Earth’s radius is about 6400 km. He has had a malfunction in his output device, and the satellite is traveling without communication. His last report was only in terms of trigonometric values and was only partially received. It said, sin Θ < 0….. and then he was lost again. Part 1: Create a set of coordinates that would be reasonable for Robbie’s position in space and satisfy his last, partial report. Using complete sentences, describe Robbie’s location and your...

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  1. chaotic_butterflies
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    ... reasoning

  2. anonymous
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    idk sorry

  3. phi
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    yes, it sounds good. However I would put in the units (miles? km?) for the radius

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    looks ok but you should change the word "should" to "could"

  5. chaotic_butterflies
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    Alrighty, I can do that, thanks y'all!

  6. anonymous
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    because he is at any coordinates in which sin(theta) < 0

  7. chaotic_butterflies
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    Right

  8. anonymous
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    very nice work though

  9. chaotic_butterflies
    • one year ago
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    Why thank you!

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