SkyVal
  • SkyVal
A ladder is placed 30 inches from a wall. It touches the wall at a height of 50 inches from the ground. The angle made by the ladder with the ground is ______ degrees, and the length of the ladder is _____ inches.
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matlee
  • matlee
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matlee
  • matlee
o gosh i dont know this who wanna take over lol
matlee
  • matlee
wait nvm i think i got it

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matlee
  • matlee
Ok so u wanna find the legnth and angle of the ladder , you know how you place a ladder down its away from the way and makes it way to the wall
matlee
  • matlee
Length, would be found by using the pythogoreum theroem which is not so hard a^2 +b^2=c^2
matlee
  • matlee
^2 = squared like when you multiply 8 squared its 64
matlee
  • matlee
So in this case u have to use it in this equation a^2+b^2=c^2
matlee
  • matlee
u still here
matlee
  • matlee
Ok yay
SkyVal
  • SkyVal
Yes, I understand the pythagorean theorem
matlee
  • matlee
So in this case how would you put the Pythagorean theorem into this equation. For example find A, B,C
SkyVal
  • SkyVal
Okay i understand, so just plug in right
matlee
  • matlee
Yes exactly, but not for the angle just the length. Do you know which is a b and c
matlee
  • matlee
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