Geometry
posted by Milo .
Please help me with this problem because i do not understand and also, there is a diagram too but, i cannot copy and paste here.
so, here is the problem
A simple roof truss design is shown below. The lower section, VWXY,is made from three equal length segments. UW and XZ are perpendicular to VT and TY, respectively. If VWXY is 2.0 X 10 to the first meter and the height of the truss is 2.5m, determine the lenths of XT and XZ.

This problem can not be answered without the diagram. Sorry.
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