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The height of a mountain 
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From Aye: In order to decide the height of a remote mountain peak T one measures from two points A and B the angles u and v where the lines AT and BT made with the Horizontal plane respectively. From B, which lies 2400 m from A, one can see A and T by the same point of the compass. Find the height of a mountain peak, if A and B are known to be 950 m and 875 m above sea level respectively, as well as u = 43,8 degree and v = 25,2 degree.
Aye Answered by Harley Weston. 


