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You are to find the dimensions asked for.

A is given as 200kilometers.

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You are to find the dimensions asked for.

A is given as 200kilometers.

ugh is this uni stuff? I figure it has to go along with breaking it down with pythagorean theorem but probably not now that I look at it more.

I think J equals 6000km2 the 2 is squared

e=108

I think J equals 6000km2 the 2 is squared

e=108

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http://ostermiller.org/calc/calculator.html

noone has the skill?

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Oh I know how to do this, actually very easy (I like geometry!). Lots of pthagorean therom and sin cos tan stuff! ...but my quackulator died so I will do it once I can get new batteries. Not to mention it is like 6am, and I am running off 2 hours of sleep.

Me: Ok time to do some trigonometry!

Brain: Trig? Oh no you don't! You did not give me enough sleep! Now where is that "dumb blonde" button... ah! *push* :bump2:

Me: ok so its sin(108/3......) ...errrrrrrpplllhhhhh... OH LOOK! SHINY OBJECT!!! YAY!!!!1! *runs across room* :bounce:

Me: Ok time to do some trigonometry!

Brain: Trig? Oh no you don't! You did not give me enough sleep! Now where is that "dumb blonde" button... ah! *push* :bump2:

Me: ok so its sin(108/3......) ...errrrrrrpplllhhhhh... OH LOOK! SHINY OBJECT!!! YAY!!!!1! *runs across room* :bounce:

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A=200

B=323.6

C=123.0

D=76.0

E=29.0

F=161.7

(these are in degrees)

G=36

H=108

I=72

J=68819.1

Like I said, I'm a math geek.

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Convert the shit to real units and I might try to solve it

*mumbles about stupid people using stupid units*

units don't matter, :mno: you'd get the same answer if you convert all the distances to km, and all speeds to kmph.Convert the shit to real units and I might try to solve it

*mumbles about stupid people using stupid units*

250 miles out at 5 PM I would guess, given constant directions.

250 miles out at 5 PM I would guess, given constant directions.

edit to add given no time change zones were crossed.

The helicopter will reach the jeep at 5:00pm.

The helicopter will reach the base at 5:40pm, the jeep will reach the base at ~5:46:09.23pm.

Location: on the ocean where nothing is between both sets of eyes

Conditions: calm; no wind

What is the greatest distance, in linear feet, one set of eyes can look toward the horizon

and see the other set of eyes?

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Location: on the ocean where nothing is between both sets of eyes

Conditions: calm; no wind

What is the greatest distance, in linear feet, one set of eyes can look toward the horizon

and see the other set of eyes?

I hate math so I am not going to solve it with numbers, but this is how (I assume) you solve it.

Figure out the curvature of the earth, and take a tangential point to the surface, and see how long out the line goes before it is 5 feet from the surface. Using sin, cos, and tan and all that good stuff. The radius of the earth could be related to the unit circle and scaled acordingly.