# Solution: How far apart are the two towers?

From an airplane flying at 100 m above the ground, the angle of depression of a tower directly to the right of it is 30°. An observer on the base of another tower directly to the left of the airplane finds that the angle of elevation of the airplane is 60°. How far apart are the two towers?

#### Problem Statement:

From an airplane flying at 100 m above the ground, the angle of depression of a tower directly to the right of it is 30°. An observer on the base of another tower directly to the left of the airplane finds that the angle of elevation of the airplane is 60°. How far apart are the two towers?

#### Problem Answer:

The two towers are 230.94 m.

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