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29 March, 19:42

If a person's eye level is h meters above sea level and he can see d kilometers to the horizon, then d=3.57h. Suppose the person's eye level is 15.21 meters

above sea level. How far can he see to the horizon?

Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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  1. 29 March, 20:22
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    54.3m

    Step-by-step explanation:

    h = distance above sea level

    d = distance he can sea above sea level

    d = 3.57h

    h = 15.21m

    d = ?

    d = 3.57 * 15.21

    d = 54.2997m approximately 54.3m

    The person can see up to a distance of 54.3m
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