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Baseballguy101

  • one year ago

What is the height, in feet, of the portion AB of the lamppost? WILL FAN AND MEDAL

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    14 divided by cos 60 degrees 14 tan 60° 14 divided by tan 60 degrees 14 cos 60°

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    tan is opp/adjacent. What is the adjacent length

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    14 feet

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    so its tan 60=opp/14 since opposite is AB or the height tan60=AB/14 which equals 14*tan60

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    Thank you! makes it a lot easier to understand now I see it.

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