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The length of a shadow of a pole is  times the length of the pole. The angle of elevation of the sun is

Correct Answer: Option(a)
Solution: Length of shadow (s) = Length of the pole (p)
The shadow and a pole will form a right angled triangle, with being the angle of elevation

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