Help me with this question please
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Help me with this question please
http://i667.photobucket.com/albums/v...0001/wedge.jpg
Thank you in advance
Hello anonymous_mathsI'm assuming that all the angles at and are right-angles.
Then, in the diagram I've attached, is the required point on ; is the foot of the perpendicular from to the base; and the required angle, .
Then, from
Note now that , and then consider . By Pythagoras' Theorem:
Grandad