# SOLUTION: Alison lets out 50 ft of twine on her kite. The angle of elevation is 55 degrees. How high above Alison's habds is the kite? Use sine, cosine, or tangent.

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 Question 603888: Alison lets out 50 ft of twine on her kite. The angle of elevation is 55 degrees. How high above Alison's habds is the kite? Use sine, cosine, or tangent.Answer by Alan3354(31528)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Alison lets out 50 ft of twine on her kite. The angle of elevation is 55 degrees. How high above Alison's habds is the kite? Use sine, cosine, or tangent. -------------- sin(55) = h/50 h = 50*sin(55) h =~ 40.96 ft