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I WILL FAN 13. A ladder leans against a building. The angle of elevation of the ladder is 70°. The top of the ladder is 25 ft from the ground. To the nearest tenth of a foot, how far from the building is the base of the ladder? (Points : 5) 20.5 ft 30.5 ft 32.3 ft 39.5 ft

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    Consider the base as x and the height 25. So, as x is the adjacent cathetus and 25, the opposite, you have to use the tangent formula. Tan70=25/x

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