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  2. Kaziran says:
    If a person's eye level is "h" meters above sea level and he can see "d" kilometers to the horizon, then "d"=sqrt"h". Suppose the person's eye level is meters above sea level. How far can he see to the horizon? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. d = * d = km.
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  7. Samusar says:
    For an observer on the ground with eye level at h = 5 ft 7 in ( m), the horizon is at a distance of miles ( km). For an observer standing on a hill or tower feet (30 m) in height, the horizon is at a distance of miles ( km).
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