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anonymous
 one year ago
in order to keep a boat from drifting away, the boat is tied to a pier with a 60foot rope. When the boat drifts as far from the pier as the rope will allow, the rope forms a 15 degree angle relative to the horizontal water line. To the nearest foot, find the maximum horizontal distance, d, that the tiedup boat can drift from the pier.
16 feet
37 feet
58 feet
62 feet
anonymous
 one year ago
in order to keep a boat from drifting away, the boat is tied to a pier with a 60foot rope. When the boat drifts as far from the pier as the rope will allow, the rope forms a 15 degree angle relative to the horizontal water line. To the nearest foot, find the maximum horizontal distance, d, that the tiedup boat can drift from the pier. 16 feet 37 feet 58 feet 62 feet

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