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hi there... I am stumped on a problem y=-2/3x+30 I do not know how to find the height of the light when it is 30 feet away from the building I have tried using down 2 over three and I came up with 42 but that is incorret.could someone please tell me how to approach this problem... your help is very much appreciated! maranda

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    I have also been told to try Pythagorean theorem, but am unclear on how to approach this

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