# Need help with question on Angle of Elevation

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steven_br
School: UCLA

The "angle of elevation" is just meant to throw you off balance. Don't let them get you! The problem is still about a right triangle. Whenever you see a right triangle always think about SOHCAHTOA…. sin(theta)=O/H cos(theta)=A/H tan(theta)=O/A Where O means 'the side opposite the angle, theta' and A means 'the side adjacent (or next to) the angle, theta' and H means ...

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