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The distance to the horizon \( d \) miles from a s...

The distance to the horizon \( d \) miles from a satellite orbiting \( h \) miles above Earth can be approximated by \( d = \sqrt { 8000 h + h ^ { 2 } } \) . What is the distance to the horizon if a satellite is orbiting \( 150 \) miles above Earth? 

Answer

\(1105.67\)

Solution
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