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A kite is 100 metres high and there is 260 metres of cord out. If the kite moves horizontally at the rate of 6.5 km/hr directly away from a person who is flying it, find how fast the cord is being pulled out.

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    Arm, Wrist, and Hand Stretches:

    Method:
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    Affected Body Part:
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    Lesser-stretched muscles: Left flexor pollicis longus.

    The elbow angle does not need to be precisely 90 degrees. Choose a comfortable angle. Some people find that fully flexing the elbow makes it easier to push on the hand. With the elbow fully flexed, the push is more downward than across.


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