Date: Fri Apr 26 19:03:00 2002
Posted By: David Scarboro, Faculty, Earth Sciences, The Open University
Area of science: Earth Sciences
If one could cut off Pike’s Peak at the base and move it to Charleston,
S.C., and if one defines the base of Pike’s Peak as being the elevation of
Denver, Co., then the height of Pike’s Peak at Charleston would indeed be
8,830 feet. So you are correct. Simple arithmetic!
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