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Geometry A rope is connected to aboat and the boat' anchor that is resting on the ocean floor at a position not directly under the boat. The rope is 100 feet long and the water is 50 feet deep. To the nearest tenth of a foot, how far is the anchor from a point directly below the boat?

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I don't understand how this relate to Ecommerce Websites, but here is the answer:

c*c-b*b=a*a
The answer is the root of a
(100*100)-(50*50)=7500
root of 7500 is 86.6025403784439

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