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Player hits the ball at point A an angle of 45 degrees on a pool table that measures 9’ by 4.5’. How many times will the bait a side of the table before going into a pocket?

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asked by Jenn
  1. Is there a drawing to go with this problem. either send me the text book or where I can find it so I can solve it for you.

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    posted by Hussein
  2. It will not hit a side, it will go straight to the side pocket

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    posted by Josh

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