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Course Number: ACCOUNTING 2, Fall 2009

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the tree. Assume a = 56, b = 26 c = 210 ft. (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.) A water tower 30 m tall is located at the top of a hill. From a distance of D = 110 m down the hill, it is observed that the angle formed between the top and base of the tower is 8. Find the angle of inclination of the hill. Round your answer to the nearest tenth degree. Use the Law of Cosines to determine the indicated...

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