# Trigonometry problem - A bee collecting nectar from flowers

meters, it lands on another flower, then, after collecting more nectar, it flies in a straight line at bearing

N$51^\circ$ W. Then it lands on a third flower that is directly west of the first flower. How far is it from the

second flower to the third flower? Round to the nearest 0.1 meter.

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