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### Elementary Geometry For College St...

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ISBN: 9781337614085

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# A guy wire 25 ft long supports an antenna at a point that is 20 ft above the base of the antenna. How far from the base of the antenna is the guy wire secured?

To determine

To Find:

Length from the base of the antenna to the guy wired secured.

Explanation

Given A guy wire 25 ft. long supports an antenna at a point that is 20 ft above the base of the antenna.

Let x be the length from the base of the antenna to the guy wired secured.

From the figure it is in form of right triangle in which hypotenuse = 25 ft., and one of its side is 20 ft.

From the given data,

252=202+x2625

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