The distance in miles that can be seen on the surface of the ocean is given by d = 1.4 *square root of h, where h is the height above the surface of the water. How many feet high above the water (to be nearest tenth) would a pirate have to climb to see 16 miles? Hi,First we divide both sides by 1.4 to get:
16/1.4 = sqrt(h)
11.429 = sqrt(h)Then we square both sides to get the answer of:
(11.429)^2 = h
h = 130.6 ft

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