Posted by **Presleigh** on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 11:24pm.

two fences, 16 ft apart, are to be constructed so that the first fence is 2 ft high and the second fence is higher then the first. what is the length of the shortest pole that has one end on the ground, passes over the first fence, and then reaches the second fence?

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