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# If an airplane pilot is told to fly 123 km in a straight

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Problem 5CQ

If an airplane pilot is told to fly 123 km in a straight line to get from San Francisco to Sacramento, explain why he could end up anywhere on the circle shown in Figure 3.53. What other information would he need to get to Sacramento?

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Problem 5CQ

Solution 5CQ

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In this question, we need to explain the reason for a plane which is directed fly straight 123 km

to reach  Sacramento from San Francisco can reach anywhere on the given circle

Step 2 of 4:

Let us consider the given circle

Step 3 of 4

Step 4 of 4

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