# SOLUTION: I have a room that is 12 ft x 20 ft x 8 ft high. The lenght of the diagonal is 23.3 feet: dsq = asq + bsq (can't find the carrot symbol on the keyboard) dsq= 12 sq + 20 sq ds

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Rectangles Question 449014: I have a room that is 12 ft x 20 ft x 8 ft high. The lenght of the diagonal is 23.3 feet: dsq = asq + bsq (can't find the carrot symbol on the keyboard) dsq= 12 sq + 20 sq dsq = 144 + 400 dsq (sqrt) = 544 (sq rt) d= 23.32 ft How do I now figure out the angle of that diagonal? I want to do the work, but I don't know what equation to use to find the answer???? Answer by rwm(914)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!^ is above the 6 caret not carrot