What is the length of line AB?

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What is the length of line AB?

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That's a trick question. Every line has infinite length. Perhaps you mean the length of segment AB?
Yes that is what i ment

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Is there enough information given to solve it?
We can get these angles using the inverse tangent function. |dw:1436220001584:dw|
I don't think there is enough info on triangle ABP to answer unless we know that segment AB is parallel to segment L1L2. |dw:1436220177111:dw|
If segment AB and segment L1L2 are parallel, then you can find the length of segment AB.
Ah yes forgot to mention that they are parallel
Then we can use more angles. See below. |dw:1436220516982:dw|
Use the law off sines. |dw:1436220599120:dw|
573?
No. The angles of the triangle are not that different in size, so one side can't that much smaller than the other side. \(x = \dfrac{4010~ft \cdot \sin 69^o}{\sin 61.9^o} \) Try again.
BTW, your calculation of the proportion was done correctly. You need to set your calculator to degrees. It is set to radians.
That is what i thought i did wrong let me try again
ok
about 4,243?
yes
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