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 September 3rd, 2017, 11:20 PM #1 Newbie   Joined: Sep 2017 From: Riyadh Posts: 1 Thanks: 0 Trigonometry 2 radar stations A & B \re 80 km apart and B is due east of A. one aircraft is on a bearing 30 from A and 346 from B. A second aircraft is on a bearing of 325 from A and 293 from B. how far apart are the two aircrafts? need its sketch also
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 Originally Posted by bilavin 2 radar stations A & B \re 80 km apart and B is due east of A. one aircraft is on a bearing 30 from A and 346 from B. A second aircraft is on a bearing of 325 from A and 293 from B. how far apart are the two aircrafts? need its sketch also
Sketch attached ... bearings are measured in degrees clockwise from North. First aircraft is at C; second is at D.

Figure out the angles from the given bearing information and use the known length of AB to determine CD.

Using the law of sines is a good start.
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