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    Applications of the Law of Sines

    Two observers, in the same vertical plane as a kite at a distance of 30 ft apart, observe the kite at angles of 62 degrees and 78 degrees. Find the hight of the kite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelsey3 View Post
    Two observers, in the same vertical plane as a kite at a distance of 30 ft apart, observe the kite at angles of 62 degrees and 78 degrees. Find the hight of the kite.
    \frac{30}{\sin(a)}=\frac{b}{\sin(78)}=\frac{c}{\si  n(62}
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    Ok....so c is the height right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelsey3 View Post
    Ok....so c is the height right?
    yes
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