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 The height of a flagpole 2011-12-07 From Grail:at a certain point the angle of elevation of the top of a flagpole which stands on a level ground is 35 degree. 75 ft. nearer the pole, the angle of elevation is 50 degree. How high is the poleAnswered by Penny Nom. The height of a flag pole 2011-11-21 From Micah:A flagpole stands vertically at the edge of a roof of a building 200 ft high. the angle of elevation of the pole from a point 100 ft from the bottom of the building is 67 degrees. Find the length of the pole in meters.Answered by Penny Nom. Height of a Flag Pole 2009-06-26 From Jake:Can anyone answer this I am very stumped. The flagpole on the roof of a Chocolate Factory is 13 cm in diameter and a perfect cylinder. If one end of a 2300-cm-long string is attached to the top of the flagpole, and wraps around the flagpole exactly 16 times before ending at the bottom of the flagpole, how tall is the flagpole? Need answer by WednesdayAnswered by Penny Nom.

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