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  1. anonymous
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    Anyone got any idea?

  3. anonymous
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    You are going to want to a trig function of 90 degrees= park distance over 9

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    which one?

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    ?

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    @yep

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    I think you can use ur trig functions SOH CAH TOA

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    I'm trying it out right now

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    k

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    Let me rephrase what I said. It will be easier if you use a trig function of 90 degrees of the side from the park to the home over 9. When you find that side out you can use the Pythagorean theorem

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