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The vertical side wall of an in-ground pool that is 24 ft in length has the shape of a right trapezoid. What is the depth of the pool in the middle?

Chapter 4.4, Problem 39E, The vertical side wall of an in-ground pool that is 24 ft in length has the shape of a right

To determine

To Find:

The depth of the pool in the middle.

Explanation

Consider the following diagram.

The length of the vertical side wall is 24 ft.

The pool has the shape of a right trapezoid and the lengths of two bases are 3 ft. and 13 ft.

The depth is low at the point D and it increases from D to C.

We need to find the depth of the pool in the middle.

The length of the median gives the depth of the pool in the middle...

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