Answer :

Given that height of one of the tower is 30 m, QAB = 60° and PBA = 30°

Let height of another tower be h m & distance between the towers be x m.



We need to find x and h.


So, in ∆QAB,





& in ∆PBA,



we have got the value of x, i.e. 10√3 m. So, putting the value of x in the above equation,



h = 10


Thus, we have required distance between the towers, i.e. 10√3 m


& height of another tower, i.e. 10 m.


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