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3.2 Applications Angle of Elevation and Depression

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Agenda: 1. Whiteboard Warmup 2. Lesson - 3.2 Applications: Angle of Elevation and Depression __________________________ Whiteboard Warmup Solve the given triangle __________________________ Lesson - 3.2 Applications: Angle of Elevation and Depression Goal: Use Angle of Elevation and Angle of Depression to solve problems DOD Angle of Elevation: Angle formed between the horizontal line and above the horizontal. Angle of Depression: Angle formed between the horizontal line and below the horizontal. 3.2 Applications: Angle of Elevation and Depression Tuesday, October 18, 2011
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Unformatted text preview: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 8:00 AM Ch_3 Page 1 ___________________________ Examples For each figure, give one trigonometric equation that could be used to solve for . __________________________ (hint: if no diagram is present, draw one!) From a sailboat, the angle of elevation to the top of a lighthouse 311 feet away is ±²³ . Find the height of the lighthouse. An airplane is flying at an altitude of 1.4 miles and is 10.7 miles from the runway. Find the angle of depression that the airplane must make to land safely. Ch_3 Page 2 Ch_3 Page 3...
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