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Please help. I’ve done this question 3 times and got it wrong. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong.

It reads: a 40.0 guy wire isn’t attached to the he top of a 31.8-m antenna and to a point on a ground. How far Is the point on the ground from the base of the antenna, and what angle does the guy wire make with the ground?

The point on the ground is ___ meters away.

The wire makes an angle of ___ degrees with the ground.

Step 1

The given situation can be inscribed in a right angled triangle as follows.

Step 2

Obtain the distance between the base of the anten...

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