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 Using trig to find the height of a hill 2013-08-14 From Anna:From the top of a hill, the angles of depression of two successive milestones on a level road, which leads straight away from the hill, are 5degrees and 15degrees respectively. Fine the height of the hill. Suggestion: BE is drawn perpendicular to AD. Find BE, then BD, finally CD. Thanks :)Answered by Penny Nom. The height of a hill 2010-03-26 From Amber:A surveying team determines the height of a hill by placing a 12-foot pole at the top of the hill and measuring the angles of elevation to the bottom and to the top of the pole. They find the angels of elevation. Describe how to find the height of the hill.Answered by Penny Nom.

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