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    @abc123!

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    @ghazi

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    @timo86m

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    you need the length of the hypotenuse, which you get by pythagoras

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    solve for school to pool first

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    \[h^2=80^2+60^2\] \[h^2=6400+3600\] \[h^2=10000\] so \(h=100\)

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    Thanks,satellite.

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    Would you like to keep walking me through it @timo86m ?

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    since it is 80+60+100 twice then it is 2*(80+60+100 ) really not much else

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    Okay.

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    thanks very much.

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