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Find the height of the mountain to the nearest foot.

Bob is driving along a straight and level road straight toward a mountain.  At some point on his trip, he
measures the angle of elevation to the top of the mountain and finds it to be 24° 10′. He then drives 1 mile
(1 mile = 5280 ft) more and measures the angle of elevation to be 33° 52′.  Find the height of the mountain to
the nearest foot. What formula would you use?

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