# Re: So easy a caveman can get this

On Nov 18, 10:53 pm, Mark <blueriver...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Ok, I went ahead and combined the 2
into a new problem, which, for this group
is impossible to not know the answer, and
you know why?

Because I already told you!

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Given a mean sea level designated as A,
if a distance of 1,173 ft is required for a
plane to take off when the temperature is
73 degrees F, and 1,356 ft when the temp.
is 86 degrees F, then what distance is required
when the temp. is 79.5 degrees, and given
a different elevation (B) in which a distance of
1,173 ft. is required for takeoff when the temp.
is 70 degrees F, and 1,356 ft.when the temp.
is 80 degrees, then at 75 degrees, what is
the difference in takeoff distance between
the two elevations?

So are you saying what's the difference between the distances when the
temperatures are 79.5 and 75 respectively? Or when the temperature is
75 everywhere?

If the former, then \$Zero (I mean 0). Otherwise, I can't be bothered.

You write questions like my cow-orkers write requests.
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