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    Hey guys, this is 3D trig. More problems-image.jpg

    I can't seem to get the answer.
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    Re: More problems

    To start with give the point at the base and the top of the tree a name. Then draw every 2D triangle you can see and fill in all the information you know about them. You can relate sides of each triangle to combine information you have about them, just like how the last trig problem you posted was solved
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    Re: More problems

    Quote Originally Posted by rainbowstar View Post
    Hey guys, this is 3D trig. Click image for larger version. 

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    I can't seem to get the answer.
    It would be better if you could show us what you have been able to do so far. We can help you pinpoint any errors that you have in your work.

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