Activity 4: Draw and Solve!, Draw a diagram and solve the following problems. Round to the nearest tenths, 1. From a point on the ground 400 feet from the base of the building, it is observed that, the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 26 and the angle of elevation to the, top of the flagpole atop of the building is 30\xb0 Find the height of the flagpole? , 2 A water tower is located 300 feet from a building. From a window in the building it is, observed that the angle of elevation to the top of the tower is 40\xb0 and the angle of, depression to the bottom of the tower is 20 How tall is the tower?, 3. A coconut tree casts a shadow of 20 feet long. The angle of elevation of the sun is, 30\xb0. What is the height of the coconut tree?, 4. From your balcony 8 feet high, you see a child across the street. The angle of, depression to the child is 35\xba. How far is the child from your house?



Activity 4: Draw and Solve!


Draw a diagram and solve the following problems. Round to the nearest tenths
1. From a point on the ground 400 feet from the base of the building, it is observed that
the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 26 and the angle of elevation to the
top of the flagpole atop of the building is 30° Find the height of the flagpole?

2 A water tower is located 300 feet from a building. From a window in the building it is
observed that the angle of elevation to the top of the tower is 40° and the angle of
depression to the bottom of the tower is 20 How tall is the tower?

3. A coconut tree casts a shadow of 20 feet long. The angle of elevation of the sun is
30°. What is the height of the coconut tree?

4. From your balcony 8 feet high, you see a child across the street. The angle of
depression to the child is 35º. How far is the child from your house?​

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