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I tried drawing a diagram but i'm not sure if it's correct LOL. |dw:1436005924386:dw|
just want to say one thing .nice name of rock (uluru):P
LOL it's a legitimate landmark HAHA
Hahaha beautiful picture and not only that, I can confirm for you that it is correct, good job.
So now how do we go about actually solving this? I suggest labelling variables for distances and seeing if you can write out equations using these, and see if it is possible to solve for what you want from them. I can help from there if you're still stuck.
hmm okay so let's say: OA = x OB = y OC = z Then do i try to find values of x, y and z in terms of tan ?
|dw:1436006892249:dw| So like let OP = h ... x = h/ tan 26 etc...? LOL i'm lost
I wish i was that smart O.o
Hmmm so suppose that you had this situation from birds eye view: |dw:1436007634363:dw| then A and C would have the same elevation instead of 26 and 30 separately right?
Not really sure where we're going from there .....
Hmm, well I'm sorry to say I like being vague but at the same time I think you're the kinda person who really enjoys a challenge so I don't wanna give it away for your sake either. Here's a hint \[u= y \tan (28 )\] where u is the height of Uluru rock. Try expressing other things in terms of trig functions, remember all we want to know at the end of the day is the value of y.
oohhhhhhh right! Those were very helpful tips xD Thanks :)
wwait.. At the end of the day, we're trying to find the bearing of B from Uluru
Errr whoops my bad. #_#
xD it's okay..
Well what I mean is that we are looking for the slope of this line here
|dw:1436009997967:dw| The point we want lies on this line which we want the bearing of
I feel like I've sorta said this in too confusing of a way by making a mistake in what I said ugh sorrry
so far, all i've worked out is that z = sqrt 3 xD ...
Oh how'd you manage that?
well if we focus on |dw:1436010228446:dw|
I don't think we're actually able to calculate any distances here, only relative distances since we weren't given any distances to begin with. I see, so if you are saying that uluru is 1, then yeah we can calculate distances relative to this unit height. :D
ohhh jokes! You can solve this using the area of triangles AOB, BOC and AOC :')
thank you @Empty :)! ((also thanks for being patient LOOOL. My brain is lagging today))