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How many minutes to the nearest tenth
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A submarine traveling at 9.0 mph is descending at an angle of depression of 7o.

How many minutes, to the nearest tenth, does it take the submarine to reach a depth of 180 feet? Be sure to include a sketch.

Use the following conversion: 1 mile = 5280 ft.

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With the help of sketch we can calculated how much minutes required to reach a depth of 180 feet .



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