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16 May, 11:20

6. Some people claim they can see the mist at Niagara Falls from the Sky

Pod of the CN Tower in Toronto. Could this be possible? (5 Marks)

You will need to use the Pythagorean Theorem: C2 = A + B2

And, the

Quadratic Formula

-btv6² - 4ac

2a

On the diagram below, F = Niagara Falls, T = Toronto, and P = a person at a

height of h kilometres above Toronto. The distance from P to F is 67 km.

The Earth's radius is 6366 km.

67 km

6366 km

6366 km

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  1. 16 May, 12:59
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    Answer: mrs. preiners questions make no sense to anyone
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