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An observer (O) is located 400 feet from a building (B). The observer notices a kite (K) flying at a 29° angle of elevation from his line of sight. How high is the kite flying over the building? You must show all work and calculations to receive full credit.

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    tan 29° = h/400

  3. anonymous
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    Thanks m8

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    yw

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    wait. so what do I do from there? I suck at geometry.

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    solve for h by multiplying by 400

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    29*400?

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    11,600?

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