Yohan C. answered • 01/20/16

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Hi Kayla,

To get the height, you can take sin (3) (in degrees) and then multiply by 3000

To get the horizontal distance, take cos (3) (in degrees) and then multiply by 3000

Good luck to you.

Yohan Chu

For part b, is it before take-off or before leaving the ground?

Yohan C.

If it is before take-off, you must add an extra 3000m to 3000 * cos (3) (in degrees) after leaving the ground. So, it will be 3000 (before take-off) + ( 3000 * cos (3) ) (after leaving the ground). Don't forget to include correct units for the answer.

Good luck to you.

Yohan Chu (LV NV)

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