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If two poles are 20m and 80 m height and they are separated by 100m then the height of the intersection of the lines joining the top of each pole to the foot of the other pole is?

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    is the answer 16?

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    explain t might be rite or wrong

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    using similar triangle properties: L/20=B/100 and L/80=A/100 solving these equations we get A=B/4 A+B=100; Solve for B. Then Substitute in the first equation.

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