# Aircraft

The plane flies at altitude 6300 m. At the time of the first measurement was to see the elevation angle of 21° and the second measurement of the elevation angle of 46°.

Calculate the distance the plane flew between the two measurements.

Calculate the distance the plane flew between the two measurements.

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