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  • one year ago

Two trees standing side by side cast shadows that are the same length. Explain why the trees are the same height.

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  1. anonymous
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    one sec.

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    Because my tress are at a angle but the sun shines just so to were it makes it the same exact height :) Hope that helped, if you need more help I can help.

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    Thanks !!

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    Fan amd medal is possible? ;) Trying to gert human calculator

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    im gonna need help with someother questions.

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    Thanks!

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    |dw:1437025471861:dw|

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    And ok I' here

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    if the height is smaller, the length will be smaller with the same angle from the sun

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    therefore, the only way to have the same length of shadow is if the height of the trees is the same

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