1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An Antenna that is 90 feet high is on top of a hill. From a point at the base of the hill, the angles of elevation to the top and bottom of the antenna are 28.5° and 25°, respectively. To the nearest whole number of feet, how high is the hill? A, 189 ft B, 213 ft C, 548 ft D, 623 ft E, 697 ft 2. Relevant equations well I know Sinθ=o/h Cosθ=a/h Tanθ=o/a 3. The attempt at a solution I don't know the length of the base so I couldn't figure it out like the textbook examples, but from angle 25° I figured the hypotenuse to the base of the antenna was 212.5, which would round to 213 so I know A and B can't be it.