Quick Geometry Question Anybody that helps I will Fan/Medal!!

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Quick Geometry Question Anybody that helps I will Fan/Medal!!

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- TheQube1

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- ganeshie8

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- TheQube1

@ganeshie8 ??? How does that help?

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- ganeshie8

start by labeling the given measures on diagram

- TheQube1

I have on my test 40 ft from the pole to the tower and a 50 degree angle from the grond and wire. I know that much @ganeshie8

- Here_to_Help15

sss @TheQube1 I wouldn't mention its a test 0.0 .

- ganeshie8

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- ganeshie8

she meant text i think

- Here_to_Help15

Oh that too :)

- TheQube1

Okay I ave that part down already

- TheQube1

How do I find the height of the tower?

- Here_to_Help15

I am learning this too @ganeshie8 but would it be possible to you the Pythagorean Theorem ?

- ganeshie8

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- ganeshie8

which trig ratio involves Opposite and Adjacent sides ?

- Here_to_Help15

So thats a no?

- Here_to_Help15

Argh be right back someone calls for me ;)

- TheQube1

@ganeshie8 that would be tangent yes?

- ganeshie8

Yep! use that

- TheQube1

I don't have opposite. that's what i'm trying to find @ganeshie8

- ganeshie8

\[\tan(50) = \dfrac{h}{40}\]
solve \(h\)

- TheQube1

I still don't get how I find h @ganeshie8

- Here_to_Help15

I believe you need one of those calculators with tan and etc.

- Here_to_Help15

Ill paste a llink for you

- Here_to_Help15

What are your answer choice @TheQube1

- Here_to_Help15

Choices*

- TheQube1

@ganeshie8 is it 47.67?

- TheQube1

@Here_to_Help15 it isn't multiple choice

- Here_to_Help15

0,0

- TheQube1

It's a "constructed response" @Here_to_Help15

- ganeshie8

47.67 is right
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=40*tan(50)&t=crmtb01

- Here_to_Help15

Never ever heard of that in my life 0.0

- ganeshie8

lol

- TheQube1

It means you have to construct your answer in you own way

- Here_to_Help15

Wait so you crossed multiply... Ooooo i see :)

- Here_to_Help15

Yea i know the definitions for each word, i put it together and got what you meant :)

- TheQube1

I just punched in 40 x (tan:50) to get the answer

- Here_to_Help15

Why would you punch it? I would have thought it was helping you..?

- TheQube1

Lol I mean punch it in the calculator :)
By the way tank you @ganeshie8 !!!!!!!!!

- Here_to_Help15

tank?? you have a tank? I thought the military only equipped that 0.0

- TheQube1

lol

- Here_to_Help15

I guess the world is full of mysteries :)

- TheQube1

that it is :P

- Here_to_Help15

Well @ganeshie8 if you could donate your assistance to me now that be awesome :)

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