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This problem was solved by making a proportion of her to nose to my nose and ?x' over the length of my leg. X being the Statue of Liberty's leg. Or there was another proportion that would work just as well. Liberty's nose over her leg (x) and my nose over my leg...
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X being the Statue of Liberty's leg. Or there was another proportion that would work just as well. Liberty's nose over her leg (x) and my nose over my leg. After everyone solved this assignment, all of the answers were different because people have different noses and legs...
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