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nerdyotter
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2. A surveyor is “shooting a line” to a point on a tree 55 m from his current position. After rotating his surveying instrument 25° to the left, he “shoots” another line to a point on a fence post 25 m away.
I deduced that side s = 34.02 m, so...
b.) Use the Law of Sines to find the measure of angle T. (Show the appropriate formula, substitutions, and work. Give the measure of angle T to the nearest degree.)
c.) Find the mF.
nerdyotter
 one year ago
2. A surveyor is “shooting a line” to a point on a tree 55 m from his current position. After rotating his surveying instrument 25° to the left, he “shoots” another line to a point on a fence post 25 m away. I deduced that side s = 34.02 m, so... b.) Use the Law of Sines to find the measure of angle T. (Show the appropriate formula, substitutions, and work. Give the measure of angle T to the nearest degree.) c.) Find the mF.

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