A hot-air balloon is floating above a straight road. To estimate their height above the ground, the balloonists simultaneously measure the angle of depression to two consecutive mileposts on the road on the same side of the balloon. The angles of depression are found to be 15° and 19°. How high is the balloon? How am I suppose to solve this given only these two angles? I have no clue on how to go about thisYou have to be a registered user to answer this question!
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