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Naudiapie

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AD is perpendicular to the hill, which makes an angle of 28° with a horizontal line. To the nearest inch, how long should this guy wire be?

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    helpppp

  3. freckles
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    |dw:1437429655025:dw|

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    use a trig ratio

  5. freckles
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    you are given the opposite side to the angle with measurement 65 and you are asked to find the hyp

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    opp and hyp hmmm.., think sin

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    \[\sin(65)=\frac{ \text{ opp to the angle with measurement } 65 \deg }{hyp}\]

  8. freckles
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    the hyp is called AC there for that one triangle

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    anyways now you have the equation setup do you think you can solve it?

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    I noticed you have posted two questions

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    do you think you also solve the other one now?

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    |dw:1437430095480:dw| is this that the horizontal you are talking about in the other problem?

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