Solve the following problem. Be sure to make a diagram of the situation with all the given information labeled.A 73.2-foot rope from the top of a circus tent pole is anchored to the ground 44.8 feet from the bottom of the pole. What angle does the rope make with the pole? (Assume the pole is perpendicular to the ground. Round your answer to one decimal place.)

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Solve the following problem. Be sure to make a diagram of the situation with all the given information labeled.
A 73.2-foot rope from the top of a circus tent pole is anchored to the ground 44.8 feet from the bottom of the pole. What angle does the rope make with the pole? (Assume the pole is perpendicular to the ground. Round your answer to one decimal place.)
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Solve the following problem. Be sure to make a diagram of the situation with all the given information labeled. A 73.2-foot rope from the top of a circus tent pole is anchored to the ground 44.8 feet from the bottom of the pole. What angle does the rope make with the pole? (Assume the pole is perpendicular to the ground. Round your answer to one decimal place.)

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Given the length of the rope is 73.2 foot which is anchored from the top of the circus tent to the ground 44.8 feet from the bottom of the pole as shown in the below figure.

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Р (pole) 73.2 foot (rope) tent В 44.8 foot

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Step 2

Suppose the angle is x which rope makes with the pole....

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АВ sin x РВ 44.8 sin x 73.2 =sin-144.8 73.2 x 37.73

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