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@Swin2013

Krispyhaha
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I'm not sure how to approach this problem lol

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Try setting up a ratio

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of the lengths

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Hint:
CD/BC = BC/AC

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^yess
BC/DC is very similar to CA/CB
fill in the lengths you already know
in this case, you know CA AND CB

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That's 3 of your lengths! :)

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Give me a sec lol

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Alright I got it correct thanks for the help guys!

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you're welcome!

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\[\text{Round}\left[37*\text{Tan}\left[\frac{\pi }{2}\text{ArcTan}\left[\frac{53}{37}\right]\right],0.01\right]=25.83 \]