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Angle of elevation: tangent angle = opposite/adjacent and by rearranging the given formula will help to solve the problem

Q: At a certain distance the angle of elevation to the top of a building is 60 From 40ft further back the angle of elevation is 45 Find the height of the building?

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I am assuming that the equation is 3*sin(t) = 1.5 even though the equality sign is not visible - due to the browser limitations. Then sin(t) = 1.5/3 = 0.5 So t = sin-1(0.5) which gives the principal value of t = 0.5236. The next value of t, in the domain, is pi - 0.5236 = 2.618 radians. There are no further values in the specified domain.

I shall use x instead of theta since I cannot be bothered to paste it at each step.sin(x) + 2*cos2(x) = sin(x) + 2*[1 - sin2(x)] = sin(x) + 2 - 2sin2(x) which cannot be simplified further.I shall use x instead of theta since I cannot be bothered to paste it at each step.sin(x) + 2*cos2(x) = sin(x) + 2*[1 - sin2(x)] = sin(x) + 2 - 2sin2(x) which cannot be simplified further.I shall use x instead of theta since I cannot be bothered to paste it at each step.sin(x) + 2*cos2(x) = sin(x) + 2*[1 - sin2(x)] = sin(x) + 2 - 2sin2(x) which cannot be simplified further.I shall use x instead of theta since I cannot be bothered to paste it at each step.sin(x) + 2*cos2(x) = sin(x) + 2*[1 - sin2(x)] = sin(x) + 2 - 2sin2(x) which cannot be simplified further.

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