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What is the height, in feet, of the portion AB of the lamp post?

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    \[14\sqrt{3}\]

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    24.25 ft.

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    14 cos 60 degrees 14 tan 60 degrees 14/cos 60 degrees 14/tan 60 degrees

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    14tan60 degrees

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    Oh , okay . I don't get this kinda stuff haa . Thank you :D

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