Two ladders are leaning against a wall at the same angle, as shown. How long is the short ladder?

(two ladders, one is 70 and 50 and the other short ladder says 20).

28 ft
175 ft
25 ft
20 ft

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  1. Is it 28 ft?

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  2. hard to say, but you are probably right, since

    70/50 = 28/20

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  3. What

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  4. So 28?

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  5. that's not a answer

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  6. It’s 90° with a chance of rain on Friday, Kelly back to you. Thank you Tom today a striving accident happened on the 60 freeway a bus collided with a car, 2 are injured and 1 dead. How sad

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  7. ok

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  8. Lmao wtf

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  9. lollllllllll @anonymous u funny

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