# SOLUTION: A ranger in fire tower A spots a fire at a direction of 32°. A ranger in fire tower B, which is 22 miles directly east of tower A, spots the same fire at a direction of 54°. How

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Mixture Word Problems Question 245960: A ranger in fire tower A spots a fire at a direction of 32°. A ranger in fire tower B, which is 22 miles directly east of tower A, spots the same fire at a direction of 54°. How far from tower B is the fire? Answer by solver91311(16868)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Since the angle from point A is 32 degrees and the angle from point B is 54 degrees, the angle between the two towers from the point of view of the fire would have to be 180 - (32 + 54) = 94 degrees. Use the Law of Sines: So, you need to find the measure of side Get out your calculator and make sure it is in Degree mode. John