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anonymous
 one year ago
Two poles, AB and ED, are fixed to the ground with the help of ropes AC and EC, as shown:
Two right triangles ABC and EDC have a common vertex C. Angle ABC and EDC are right angles. AB is labeled 13 feet, AC is labeled 15 feet, EC is labeled 10 feet, and ED is labeled 4 feet.
What is the approximate distance, in feet, between the two poles? I REALLY NEED HELP
anonymous
 one year ago
Two poles, AB and ED, are fixed to the ground with the help of ropes AC and EC, as shown: Two right triangles ABC and EDC have a common vertex C. Angle ABC and EDC are right angles. AB is labeled 13 feet, AC is labeled 15 feet, EC is labeled 10 feet, and ED is labeled 4 feet. What is the approximate distance, in feet, between the two poles? I REALLY NEED HELP

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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Have you learned about the Pythagorean Theorem?

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