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What is the estimated height of the supporting pillar that will be erected at a horizontal distance of 200 meters from the start of the incline?

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    Hello you accidentally asked your question in the wrong section so it is now closed. You'll be sure to find an answer in maths please ask your question there.

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    This is a physics question actually for my physics class. So uhm you're wrong.-_-

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    Well you posted in it in the english section (note the heading on the top left) :P You can find the physics section by clicking 'find more subjects' above. :)

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