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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    |dw:1433561751182:dw| basically we want to calculate the size of the base of that triangle...

  3. anonymous
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    LoL, my draw looks pretty much like the pic!!

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    pic wasn't there when i started drawing!

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    ur good haha

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    :D ok, so how you think we can calculate the base?

  7. anonymous
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    150 times 40

  8. anonymous
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    mmmm.... 150 is heght and 40º an angle, i dont think that will give us the base...

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    sorry, that is incorrect. you have to use 2(tan theta)

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    where theta is 90 - 40

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    50

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    100

  13. anonymous
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    i get: \[b=2\times 150\times tan(20º) \approx 109.2ft\]

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    wait so 109.2ft is the answer

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    do you have an answer for this question ?

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    that is what i get...

  17. anonymous
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    so that the diameter right

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    oh! i calculated the radius!! so d=2r=218.4ft sorry...

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    thanks!!!

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    yes that should be correct.

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    yw!

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