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a woman 5 feet tall is walking away from a streetlight hung 20 feet from the ground at a rate of 6ft how fast the shadow lengthing
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a woman 5 feet tall is walking away from a streetlight hung 20 feet from the ground at a rate of 6ft how fast the shadow lengthing
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beside 5 is 20
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i just want
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similar triangle
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can i use dw:1353865365236:dw
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you are using exactly the right approach. find x in terms of y and then differentiate with respect to time to get your answer.
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i know i got 18 but book used another one dw:1353865556968:dw
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which is right way
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they got 2ft/sec
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I think you have an error in your calculation. If I use the same ratio as you showed initially then I get an answer of 2 ft/s
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maybe if you listed your steps then I may be able to help you spot where you may have made a mistake
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sorry I meant that you have been given dy/dt = 6
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x represents the shadow length
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so the shadow falls in front of her because the light is backwards?
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yes  but I would say the light is behind her rather than "backwards" :)
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thx becasue of silly mistake whole answer is wrong thx for correcting me
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