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### EXPERIMENT_13

Course: AASF 05, Fall 2009
School: Wayne State University
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XIII EXPERIMENT - Corrected Distance Measurements by Parallax and Triangulation Deletions are shown in double strikethrough font (double strikethrough) Additions are shown underlined (underlined) How large is a distant object? How far away is it? The methods of parallax and triangulation use geometry to answer these questions. PROCEDURE Parallax. Close one eye, look at a distant object, and hold your finger up...

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