Firefighter Joe got a distress call from a near by building where he has to figure out how high up the building a little girl is on top of the roof using a water-hose at an 830 angle. Using Trigonometry he finds out that tan 830 x 30 = 244.3303928 therefore having the height of the building to be 244 ft. high.
The Adventures with Firefighter Joe
He then goes out to save a raccoon standing 12 ft. away from an X ft. high tree holding a net at a 750 angle in which he has to find out the exact distance to safely rescue the creature using trigonometry. By cos (750)x/1 X 12/6 = 6 ft.
As firefighter Joe was about to wake up Jerry the raccoon, Jerry was already awake and easily jumped out of the tree and ran as far a way as it could.
A couple weeks later firefighter Joe was finally able to go on vacation by himself...
However one thing Joe forgot was the angle of elevation when his boat would be pulled upon in the dock
To get the angle of elevation he would use trig by the equation of sin A = 12/25 but then write the equation arcsin 12/25 to get the angle of elevation which is 28.7
Thankfully firefighter Joe was able to make it back in time to get back to work .