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Find the height of the tower 2013-04-28
From nombulelo:
the shadow of a tower,when the angle of elevation of the sun is 30 degrees is found to be 40 meters longer than when it is 45 degrees. Find the height of the tower
Answered by Penny Nom.
The height of a tower 2012-01-06
From trevor:
A tower is on the top of a hill. It is 2,400 feet from an observer to a point directly under the tower and at the same elevation as the observer. The angle of elevation from the observer to the base of the tower is 15 degrees and to the top of the tower 23 degrees. How tall is the tower in feet? Compute your answer within one foot.
Answered by Penny Nom.
How tall is the tower? 2008-03-13
From chris:
you are standing 120 feet from the base of a tower. the angle of the elevation to the top of the tower is 15 degrees. how tall is the actual tower?
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