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please help me.....Mr. Hemley stands next to Illinois Centennial Monument at Logan Square in Chicago and casts a shadow that is 18 feet long. The shadow of the moniment is 204 feet long. If Mr. Hemley is 6 feet tall, how tall is the monument?

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  1. anonymous
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    think is is 68.67 take 206 * 6=1236 then / that by 18

  2. anonymous
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    then round it

  3. anonymous
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    sorry...but I could not get you...please explain... :(

  4. anonymous
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    the answer is 68.67

  5. anonymous
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    but how could you get the answer?? ...I don't have a clue...please explain the process

  6. anonymous
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    68 is answer

  7. anonymous
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    The shadow of the moniment is 204 feet X Mr. Hemley is 6 feet tall, divide Logan Square in Chicago and casts a shadow that is 18 feet long the the answer you get by multiplying 204X6=1224/18=68

  8. anonymous
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    Way i remember doing it in math

  9. anonymous
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    ohh....thanks a lot... :)

  10. anonymous
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    was that the answer hopefuly could help you out

  11. anonymous
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    yeah...it helped me... :)

  12. anonymous
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    good glad to help

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