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From a lookout tower on a mountain, a forest ranger spots a fire in a nearby valley at an angle of depression of 26 degrees. The ranger is 4500 ft. above sea level and the valley is 2000 ft. above sea level. What is the horizontal distance from the tower to the fire?

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