# A problem by Shreyas Saxena

Level pendingScience considers numbers **really** important. This situation also involves numbers. Use your knowledge of exponents and simple trigonometry to solve this problem easily.

**Finally** a group of astronauts reach Mars. Back on Earth, a group of people come to you to request some help. Astronauts Jim and Kris state that the radius of Mars is approximately 3397000 meters. They also state that their spaceship is approximately 430000 meters from the radius. Scientist Hangeland states that according to his map, a rover is at some angle away from them but is in the North-North-East Direction. Their spaceship only travels in degrees, so express the angle in which the spaceship should travel for them in degrees **only**. Round your answer to the nearest whole number so that they find the rover

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