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GeometryElementary Geometry For College Students, 7eThere are plans to locate a disaster response agency in an area that is prone to tornadic activity. The agency is to be located at equal distances from Wichita, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Use a construction method to locate the approximate position of the agency. (Note: Trace the outline of the two states on your own paper.)BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 7.2, Problem 42E

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There are plans to locate a disaster response agency in an area that is prone to tornadic activity. The agency is to be located at equal distances from Wichita, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Use a construction method to locate the approximate position of the agency.

(Note: Trace the outline of the two states on your own paper.)

Elementary Geometry For College Students, 7e

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