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notsmart

  • 4 years ago

A ladder leans against a house at a 60° angle to the ground. If the ladder extends to a length of 166 inches, what is the height of the house to the nearest hundredth of an inch?

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  1. notsmart
    • 4 years ago
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    if you need a picture let me know peeps

  2. yip
    • 4 years ago
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    \[166 \sin 60=143.760217 inches\] |dw:1325522876956:dw|

  3. lalaly
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    sin60=x/166

  4. lalaly
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    |dw:1325523147019:dw|

  5. yip
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    Is that what you mean?

  6. lalaly
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    x=166*sin60

  7. notsmart
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    heres the picture

  8. lalaly
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    |dw:1325523316107:dw|

  9. lalaly
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    166 not 160 lol

  10. notsmart
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    THANKS PEEPS YOUR ALL AWSOME

  11. lalaly
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    ;)

  12. notsmart
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    want another one?

  13. lalaly
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    lol i can try hehe

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