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Communications Satellite Coverage The figure shows a

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Problem 113

Communications Satellite Coverage The figure shows a stationary communications satellite positioned 20,000 mi above the equator. What percent, to the nearest tenth, of the equator can be seen from the satellite? The diameter of Earth is 7927 mi at the equator. _

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Math 1432 Section 15738 MWF 10-11am SEC 100 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http://www.math.uh.edu/~almus COURSE WEBSITE: http://www.math.uh.edu/~almus/1432_fall16.html and www.casa.uh.edu Visit CASA regularly for announcements and course material! Read the syllabus posted on the course website. If you email me, please mention the course (1432) in the subject line. Access Code Deadline: Did you take practice test 1 Test 1 Quiz 1 Purchase Popper scantrons with your section number from UH Bookstore. Respect your friends. Do not distract anyone during lectures.

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