# Math!!!!!

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You are setting up a volleyball net. There are two 8 foot poles that hold up the net. You are going to attach each pole to a stake in the ground using a piece of rope. Each stake should be 4 feet from the pole. Assume that the the ropes are taut. How long should each rope be? Round to the nearest tenth of a foot.

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