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    The picture below shows a pole and its shadow:

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    What is the height of the pole? 112 centimeters 100 centimeters 98 centimeters 64 centimeters

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    i can't believe i'm giving a direct answer but 98

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    fan and medal

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    okay thanks

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    np:)

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