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Trigonometry
Question

Two towns \( 22 \) mi apart are separated by a den...

Two towns \( 22 \) mi apart are separated by a dense forest. To travel from town \( A \) to town \( B \) , a person must go \( 17 \) mi on a bearing of \( 320 ^ { \circ } \) , then turn and continue for \( 8 \) mi to reach town \( B \) . Find the bearing of \( B \) from \( A \) . The bearing of \( B \) from \( A \) is \( \square ^ { \circ } \) . (Do not round until the-final answer. Then round to the nearest degree as needed.) 

Answer

339

Solution
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