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An object 3.9 feet tall casts a shadow that is 11.7 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 14.4 feet tall?

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Use a proportion. Cross multiply and solve for x.

3.9/11.7 = 14.4/x

3.9x = 168.48

x = 43.2 feet

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