From the stage of a theater, the angle of elevation of the first balcony is 19 degrees. The angle of elevation of the second balcony, which is 6.3 m directly above the first, is 29 degrees. How high above the stage level is the first balcony?

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From the stage of a theater, the angle of elevation of the first balcony is 19 degrees. The angle of elevation of the second balcony, which is 6.3 m directly above the first, is 29 degrees. How high above the stage level is the first balcony?

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