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Q: How can altitude be used from 2 different locations to calculate the circumference of the earth?

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Ocean and air currents.This is because latitude is only part of what determines a climate.

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Pressure altitude can be determined by dialing your kollsman window to 29.92" or 1013mb the altitude displayed will be pressure altitude. Or if you want to use a mathematical equation to calculate pressure it is: 29.92-current baro.=x then take x*1000+Current field elevation=pressure altitude. Example: Current baro is 30.08 field elevation is 845'. 29.92-30.08= -.16 now take -.16*1000+845=685 is your pressure altitude.

altitude is your elevation. latitude is your distance north or south in comparison to the equator.

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Ocean and air currents.This is because latitude is only part of what determines a climate.

Please check the formulae on this website. For the angle, use your altitude. For example 40degree 48' altitude = 40.8degree

Find your latitude and that is the altitude of Polaris in the sky.

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Half base x altitude.

Area = 0.5*base*altitude

It's how high the ground there is above mean sea level. Obviously, it varies from forest to forest and even for different locations within the same forest.

It's how high the ground there is above mean sea level. Obviously, it varies from forest to forest and even for different locations within the same forest.

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Let the given area is 10cm. Base of the triangle is 4 cm. altitude of triangle=? Area= 1/2 x Base x altitude 10= 1/2 x 4x altitude 10=2 x altitude 10/2= altitude 5= altitude Hence, altitude of the triangle is 5 cm.

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