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Select a real life object (tree flagpole ect) or distance that cannot be measured directly. Describe how to measure an object or distance by right-angled trigonometry using methods such as SOH CAH TOA or the pythogrorean theorem. Organize all the data you need and preform the calculations

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    how would I measure a distance or object using right angled trig?

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