degrees and 22 degrees respectively. Find the horizontal distance between the balloon and the building. thank youu so much in advance geniuss!ðŸ’“ y'all helped me alot ðŸ˜Š

degrees and 22 degrees respectively. Find the horizontal distance between the balloon and the building. thank youu so much in advance geniuss!ðŸ’“ y'all helped me alot ðŸ˜Š

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