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Sep 25, 2013 | Computers & Internet

About 55 feet.

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Sep 24, 2013 | Computers & Internet

x is the height of tree, y and z are as denoted in picture:

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- cos(22°)=y/215==>y=cos(22°)*215=199.3 ft
- sin(22°)=z/215==>z=sin(22°)*215=80.5 ft
- tan(52°)=(x+z)/y==>x+z=y*tan(52°)=255.1 ft
- x=255.1-z=255.1-80.5=174.6 ft

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Sep 06, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

Draw one right-angle triangle:

D

C

/'

/ '

/ '

/ '

A===B

A = your location

B = bottom of the hill

C = bottom of the antenna

D = top of the antenna

The A-B distance is constant.

The B-C distance is unknown.

The B-C-D distance is unknown.

The C-D distance is given.

The C-A-B angle is given as 25 degrees.

The D-A-C angle is given as 1.5 degrees.

Use SINE and COSINE functions to determine the B-C distance.

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D

C

/'

/ '

/ '

/ '

A===B

A = your location

B = bottom of the hill

C = bottom of the antenna

D = top of the antenna

The A-B distance is constant.

The B-C distance is unknown.

The B-C-D distance is unknown.

The C-D distance is given.

The C-A-B angle is given as 25 degrees.

The D-A-C angle is given as 1.5 degrees.

Use SINE and COSINE functions to determine the B-C distance.

Tell your teacher that you found the answer to your homework on the Internet.

Sep 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Hi there,

Using the measurements you have given and calculating the others as follows:

Angle A= 30 degrees

Side b= 900 metres

Angle B= 60 degrees

Side b= 1558.845 metres

Therefore length of the slope = 1,800.0000000000002 metres (side c)

Hope this helps. Regards, James

Using the measurements you have given and calculating the others as follows:

Angle A= 30 degrees

Side b= 900 metres

Angle B= 60 degrees

Side b= 1558.845 metres

Therefore length of the slope = 1,800.0000000000002 metres (side c)

Hope this helps. Regards, James

Apr 22, 2010 | Televison & Video

height =50

length = 60

angle=x

tangent(x)=50/60

tangent(x)=0.833

x=39.8 degree

length = 60

angle=x

tangent(x)=50/60

tangent(x)=0.833

x=39.8 degree

Mar 01, 2009 | Super Tutor Trigonometry (ESDTRIG) for PC

prove root 5 is irrational

Jul 11, 2008 | Parsons QuickVerse 7 Essentials (fe11044)...

Shadows, especially circular shadows, are pretty common with the pop-up flash. What you are seeing is actually the shadow cast by the end of the lens. This happens especially on wider angle shots.

The solution is to find a way to get the lens out of the way of the flash. You can get an external flash, like a 430ex or 580ex, which elevates the flash far above the lens. That is an expensive option so first you might try making a diffuser for your pop up flash, which softens the source of light and helps eliminate some shadows:

http://www.diyphotography.net/diy-built-in-pop-up-flash-diffuser

http://www.flickr.com/photos/natuurplaat/10362363/

The solution is to find a way to get the lens out of the way of the flash. You can get an external flash, like a 430ex or 580ex, which elevates the flash far above the lens. That is an expensive option so first you might try making a diffuser for your pop up flash, which softens the source of light and helps eliminate some shadows:

http://www.diyphotography.net/diy-built-in-pop-up-flash-diffuser

http://www.flickr.com/photos/natuurplaat/10362363/

Dec 25, 2007 | Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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