# Two Straight Poles of Unequal Length Stand Upright on a Ground. the Length of the Shorter Pole is 10 M - Mathematics

MCQ

Two straight poles of unequal length stand upright on a ground. The length of the shorter pole is 10 m. A pole joins the top of the two vertical poles. The distance between the two tops is 5 m. The distance between the poles along the ground is 4 m. The area thus formed by the three poles with the ground is:

• 52 m2

• 46 m2

• 20 m2

• 50 m2

#### Solution

46 m

Concept: Area and Volume (Entrance Exam)
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