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Ryan was skiing at Snow Bowl, Arizona last winter. He was at the top of Sunset Peak. He measured the angle of depression to the bottom of the run to be 14°. He read that the actual length of the run is 2675 feet. What is the change in altitude to the bottom of the run?

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i need an urgent help..pleassssssssseeeee.... - cafdef1.jpg Given AC = 2675 feet
ð XAC= 14 degree
Therefore ð ACB = 14
Now Sin C= AB/AC
AB = AC . Sin C
AB = 2675 * Sin 14 feet
AB = 2675 * 0.241922 feet
AB = 647.1411 feet

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