I would really like to use more than one option in regards to answering these questions without relying on using the desmos to show me the answers. It would be easier if I just give all the points and measurements by looking at the graph but this is about using the forms and methods I have already learnt to find the answer.

I don't know HOW to find out whether or not the height of the roof is at least 6 m above the pool at any point or whether or not the width of the pool roof is less the 36 metres.

If I make an equation for 6m height and 18m width of the pool, this is what it looks like

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I have questions!!

what point from the pool is it actually saying?

at least 6 m above the pool at any point.

at least 6 m above any point on the water in the pool.

Now it said "any point on the water...." does that

mean vertically at any point or diagonally as well? What about horizontally??

Does that mean I have to add 6m to each side of the pool to get a safe answer??

How can I work this out? I am stuck and I have no idea what to do.

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