Nasreen is designing an obstacle course that includes two ladders leaning against a pole. In order for the ladders to fit in the obstacle course, one ladder must span
1.6 m horizontally and the other must span 5 m horizontally. She already has one
4.3-m ladder. How long must the other ladder be? The answer should be rounded to the nearest tenth.
leaning ladders- a nasty quartic Two ladders leaning in opposite directionsbetween two walls.Each ladder touching the base of the opposite wall Ladders are 40 ft and 60 ft respt. cross at hy of 10 ft , h, what is the distance
An 8 meters bamboo pole is leaning against a coconut tree. The foot of the pole is 3 meters from the base of the tree. What angle does the pole make with the tree if the pole reaches up to the top of the tree? HELP PLEASE!
A pole 12 meters long is leaning against a vertical wall of a building. if the foot of the pole is being pulled away from the wall at the rate of 2 meter per minute, how fast is the top of the pole sliding down the wall at the
Draw a big diagram You end up with a triangle with: the horizontal side = 47 ft the side representing the leaning pole ... call it a and the angle opposite the pole side = 51° The pole makes an angle of 7° with the vertical ...
please check my answer thanks :) A run-out occurs when a dog A. runs off the course. B. jumps off an obstacle. C. must turn back to complete the next obstacle. D. takes an obstacle out of sequence My answer is D
A dirt biker races up a 15° incline and then takes off in an attempt to clear an obstacle. The end of the ramp is 3 m off the ground. A 4-m high obstacle is located 20 m from the base of the ramp. What minimum take-off speed is
A 6 ft. person is leaning against a pole. The person makes a 35 degree angle with the pole. He also makes a 50 degree angle with the ground. How tall is the pole? I am confused how to do this. Any help is greatly appreciated!