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###### To find the distance Irom the house at A I0 (ne house afB, surveyor measures the angle ACB; wnich found be 40 and then walks off lhe distance t0 each house, 50 feel and 80 feet, respectively How far apart are Ihe houses?The houses dle Icet apait (Do nol round unta Ine nnal answer Then founa Ihe nearest hunidredinneeded

To find the distance Irom the house at A I0 (ne house afB, surveyor measures the angle ACB; wnich found be 40 and then walks off lhe distance t0 each house, 50 feel and 80 feet, respectively How far apart are Ihe houses? The houses dle Icet apait (Do nol round unta Ine nnal answer Then founa Ihe nearest hunidredin needed

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