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 Two wires between two buildings 2017-05-11 From Bill:I need to find the height of the intersection point of two building wires< br /> Building A is 860 feet high and building B is 480 feet high. The wires existent from the top of one building to The bottom of the other < br /> The distance between is 32 feetAnswered by Penny Nom. Angle of Elevation 2007-05-10 From Micky:Two Buildings are on opposite sides of a street 40 feet wide. The taller of the two buildings is 580 feet tall. The angle of depression from the top of the tallest building to the shorter building across the street is 57 degrees. Find the height of the shorter building.Answered by Stephen La Rocque. A 16 foot ladder 2003-09-04 From Kelly:Two buildings are separated by a three-foot alleyway. Fatima wants to use a 16 foot ladder to reach a window in the wall of one of these buildings. If she places the foot of the ladder against the base of the other building, how far up the wall will the top of the ladder reach??Answered by Penny Nom.

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