OpenStudy (anonymous):

In order to keep a boat from drifting away, the boat is tied to a pier with a 60-foot rope. When the boat drifts as far from the pier as the rope will allow, the rope forms a 15° angle relative to the horizontal water line. To the nearest foot, find the maximum horizontal distance, d, that the tied-up boat can drift from the pier. 37 feet 58 feet 62 feet

2 years ago
OpenStudy (alexandervonhumboldt2):

cos15=d/60

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

thnx

2 years ago
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