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I cannot solve this problem. Please help

A square tower stands upon a horizontal plane.
From a point in this plane, from which three of
its upper corners are visible, their angular elevations
are respectively 45deg, 60deg & 45deg.
Show that the ratio of height of the tower to width
of one of the sides is:
sq root 6(1+sq root5) / 4
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Just drawing you a diagram plz wait
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had an attempt and got lost, its pretty hard or maybe its much easier than I think anyway I got physics on the brain I will show u my thought patterns and u can either laugh and call me a thickie or work something from them
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here is what i did what lvl is this question is it easier than I think ? am I dumb? is physics exam on the brain clouding my judgement?
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hmm i thought the results come out on the the 13th of aug, but just looking that up 13th is actually a wednesday and results usually come out on thursday. the edexcel website says we get results on thursday 14th august 03.
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