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there is not enough info to answer this
is there a sketch or a dimension you have missed out?

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sorry its a bad drawing but thats literally what it gives me

is that 36 degrees or 36 ' or 36 " ?

a.16.8 feet
b.18.2 feet
c.23.4 feet
d.39.7 feet

36 feet with 25 degrees im sorry i just started and im still new to all this

yeah youre right my fault.

36*tan(25) my head is somewhere else sorry about that.

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so i type the equation you put into the calculator correct?

yeah.

so by typing in 36*tan(25 i recieved -4.80

better still - you understand the equation and why we used tan 25
THEN you put it in your calculator

what do you mean? im really bad at math and have a slow mind set

we find a way to use the 36? or get rid of it?

everyone is bad at maths until they Learn how to do it

we all have to start somewhere i guess

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23.4 then?