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Two walls of a canyon form the sides of a steady flowing river. From a point on the shorter wall, the angle of elevation to the top of the opposing wall is 20° and the angle of depression to the bottom of the opposing wall is 45°. From the same point, the diagonal distance to the bottom of the opposing wall is 230 feet. Using the appropriate right triangle solving strategies, solve for: 1. the height of the short wall (x) 2. the height of the tall wall (y) 3. the distance between the canyon walls (z)

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