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if the distance from the top of the building to the tip of the shadow is 50 feeet, what is the length of its shadow? A. 144.89 feet B. 12.84 feet C. 48.3 feet D. 51.7 feet

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What math level are u in

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You think you draw better than me?
well tonight Im finishing my geometry class, and algebra 2
Do you know SOH CAH TOA?
lol @wio is was part of the problem lol
no I dont know that person
problem lol
SOH CAH TOA is the trig functions
Use Sine law
You have to do a proportion
sine = opposite/hypotenuse cosine = adjacent/hypotenuse tangent = opposite/adjacent
not necesarily a proportion. sine 75 = x/50
\[ \sin(75^\circ) = \frac{x}{50} \]You want to find \(x\) because the opposite side is the length of the shadow.
I got D for my answer
just solve for x

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