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In Exam Figure 7, AA′ = 33 m and BC =7.5 m. The span is divided into six equal parts at E, G,
C, I, and K. Find the length of A′B. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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    no figures here. 'splain pleez

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    imagine an isosclese triangle with the base being 33m (from angle A to angle A') and the right leg is 7.5 m long (BC) the span or width of the triangle is divided by 6 vertical lines with equal distances from eachother. so we need to find the length of the left leg AB...hope this helps, i need the anser too

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    In Exam Figure 7, AA′ = 33 m and BC =7.5 m. The span is divided into six equal parts at E, G,
    C, I, and K. Find the length of A′B. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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    The length of A'B is '18.12'
    For sure it's the right answer.

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