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the diagram shows a trapeze in a childrens playground. AC is horizontal bar 1.2m long. BX and DY are vertial posts each 3.4m tall. they are 2.5m apart. AC is suspended by ropes, AB and CD each 2.0m long.
Calculate to one decimal place the vertical height of AC above the ground

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