Algebra 2

A beam rests against a wall, forming a 50 degree with the floor. Use the function y=9 sec 0 to find the length of the beam to the nearest tenth of a foot.

choice: 14.0ft, 11.ft7, 5.8ft, 6.9ft

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  1. did you figure it out

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