bethosborne14
I don't even know how to start doing this problem involving angles...
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zordoloom
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It would have to be 48 degrees. It's the same angle as the rope and the tree.
zordoloom
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Wait, is the tree positioned at a 90 degree angle?
bethosborne14
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I don't even know how to read it!! :(
myininaya
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That is strange. It looks like they are saying the tree is 48 degrees. That is crazy. They have to be talking about the angle between the rope and ground, right?
bethosborne14
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Theyy're asking for the angle formed by the rope and the building... I don't even know :/
myininaya
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I know but what is 48 degrees? Why are they pointing at the tree?
Mathmuse
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Building and tree are parallel, so @zordoloom is correct. |dw:1354025384921:dw|
bethosborne14
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So it's 48 degrees like the tree and the other thing??
myininaya
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Oh the angle between the tree and the rope is 48 degrees.
myininaya
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|dw:1354025496213:dw|
myininaya
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|dw:1354025524435:dw|
myininaya
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So yep. They are correct.
bethosborne14
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ok :)
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