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crashcrow

  • one year ago

the ladders shown are standing against the wall at the same angle. how high up does the longer ladder go? (in feet)

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  1. crashcrow
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  2. Directioner00
    • one year ago
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    Um, what grade are you in??

  3. crashcrow
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    7.

  4. crashcrow
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    ...why?

  5. Directioner00
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    Grade 7 !?!? I'm in Grade 8 and I have never done a problem like this before.

  6. crashcrow
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    ...

  7. crashcrow
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    it's probably gate.

  8. crashcrow
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    lol.

  9. crashcrow
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    it's basically proportions...

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    gate is Gifted and talented education

  11. crashcrow
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    kudos.

  12. Directioner00
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    Hahah, this is going to sound stupid but say you stood the latter all the way up, it would still be 30 ft. So I guess its height is 30 ft? does that answer anything mate?

  13. crashcrow
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    umm... lemme see.

  14. crashcrow
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    nope. :P

  15. Directioner00
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    Dang....

  16. crashcrow
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    lol it's ok.

  17. Directioner00
    • one year ago
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    I wish I could help you, but I really don't understand.. Sorry love

  18. crashcrow
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    haha no problem want me to send you a link later XD

  19. crashcrow
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    from Khan academy? im a member.

  20. Directioner00
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    What I that ?

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    *is

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