1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Tree A is 10 m tall. Tree B is 60 m tall. You're standing on level ground at a position that is 25 m from tree A and 75 m from tree B. You're eye height is 1.5 m above the ground. Find the ratio of theta B/ theta A, of the angles (measured from the horizontal) at which you must look to view the top of each tree. 2. Relevant equations tan(theta) tan -1 (theta) 3. The attempt at a solution I think I have found both angles A and B: A = 18.8 degrees B = 37.95 degrees This is absolutely crazy that I don't know how to find the B/A ratio! do I just put 37.95/18.8? Or do I need to divide both of them by 90 first, since the overall angle is a horizontal? Thanks in advance.