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tan y=30/200 => angle of depression, y, is...

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- FROM A WINDOW 30 feet above the ground,a building 100 feet high, and at a distance of 200 feet, is observed.find the angle of elevation of the top of the building and the angle of depression of its base.

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The flagpole is twenty (20) feet tall.

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Feb 26, 2015 | CyberEd Trigonometry Problem Solver

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Sep 25, 2013 | Computers & Internet

The arctangent of 1250/5280, or about 13.3 degrees.

Dec 18, 2012 | Radio Communications

Maximum recommended SMPTE viewing distance *(30 degree viewing angle) is 5.4 feet.*

*The *Maximum THX viewing distance *(26 degree viewing angle) is 6.3 feet.*

*The *Recommended THX viewing distance *(36 degree viewing angle is 4.5 feet.*

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Oct 09, 2010 | Samsung LN-S4095D 40 in. LCD HDTV

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

tan(52) = 5150/x

tan(35) = 5150/y

The distance between the 2 cars is:

x+y = 5150/tan(52) + 5150/tan(35) = 4023.62 + 7354.96 = 11378.6ft

tan(35) = 5150/y

The distance between the 2 cars is:

x+y = 5150/tan(52) + 5150/tan(35) = 4023.62 + 7354.96 = 11378.6ft

Nov 05, 2009 | Global Software Publishing StudyWorks...

according to FCC rules **RULE 8 - Antenna Height**

{A} "Antenna" means the radiating system (for transmitting, receiving or both) and the structure holding it up (tower, pole or mast). It also means everything else attached to the radiating system and the structure.

{B} If your antenna is mounted on a hand-held portable unit, none of the following limitations apply;

{C} If your antenna is installed at a fixed location (whether receiving, transmitting or both) it must comply with EITHER one of the following:

[1] The highest point must not be more than 20 feet (6.10 meters) higher than the highest point of the building or tree on which it is mounted;

or

[2] The highest point must not be more than 60 feet (18.3 meters) above the ground.

{D} If your CB station is located near an airport, and if your antenna structure is more than 20 feet (6.10 meters) high, you may have to obey additional restrictions. The highest point of your antenna must not exceed 39.37 inches (1 meter) above the airport elevation for every 109.36 yards (100 meters, 1 hectometer) of distance from the nearest point of the nearest airport runway. Differences in ground elevation between your antenna and the airport runway may complicate this formula. If your CB station is near an airport, you may contact the nearest FCC field office for a worksheet to help you figure the maximum allowable height for your antenna.

{A} "Antenna" means the radiating system (for transmitting, receiving or both) and the structure holding it up (tower, pole or mast). It also means everything else attached to the radiating system and the structure.

{B} If your antenna is mounted on a hand-held portable unit, none of the following limitations apply;

{C} If your antenna is installed at a fixed location (whether receiving, transmitting or both) it must comply with EITHER one of the following:

[1] The highest point must not be more than 20 feet (6.10 meters) higher than the highest point of the building or tree on which it is mounted;

or

[2] The highest point must not be more than 60 feet (18.3 meters) above the ground.

{D} If your CB station is located near an airport, and if your antenna structure is more than 20 feet (6.10 meters) high, you may have to obey additional restrictions. The highest point of your antenna must not exceed 39.37 inches (1 meter) above the airport elevation for every 109.36 yards (100 meters, 1 hectometer) of distance from the nearest point of the nearest airport runway. Differences in ground elevation between your antenna and the airport runway may complicate this formula. If your CB station is near an airport, you may contact the nearest FCC field office for a worksheet to help you figure the maximum allowable height for your antenna.

Jul 20, 2009 | Cobra MRF55 2-Way Radio

Depends ur height and building's height

Feb 12, 2009 | Super Tutor Trigonometry (ESDTRIG) for PC

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