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A spotlight is attached to the ceiling 2 feet from one wall of a room and 3 feet from the wall adjacent. How many feet is it from the intersection of the two walls?
a. 4
b. 5
c. 3 square root of 2
d. square root of 13
e. 2 square root of 3
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