# Two poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller poletwo poles are 'a' metres apart and the height of one is double the other. if from the midpoint of the line joining their bases an observer finds the angles elevation of their tops as 30 and 60, find the height of the smaller pole

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by Ramcharan
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is it last year
no prajwal. this is there in this year sample paper