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posted by Brandon .
A slide 4.1 meters long makes an angle of 35 degrees with the ground. To the nearest tenth of a meter how far above the ground is the top of the slide.
Could someone please explain don't want just answer would like to know how to do the work.

I answered that one for you last night,
did you not look at the solution?
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1329616459 
Sorry!
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