Statement of a problem № 10356


A 13.5-foot-long, nearsighted python is stretched out perpendicular to a plane mirror, admiring its reflected image. If the greatest distance to which the snake can see clearly is 28.0 ft, how close must its head be to the mirror for it to see a clear image of its tail?

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