• Just a guess Tim, but is the carpenters trick w/o aï»¿ calculator the 3,4,5 method?

• No, that's not it. I cover it in another videoï»¿ in the Shed Series.

• The next video must beï»¿ the 3, 4, 5 triangle.

• Nope. You don't haveï»¿ to do any math.

• Hey Tim, you being a Ham Radio Operator, have probably used this same calculationï»¿ to determine the proper length of your guy wires for your antenna tower.

• Correct. I couldï»¿ easily use the calculator you see in the video to give me the length of the guy wires.

• Sorry about that,ï»¿ I should have watched the entire video before commenting! Great video.

• That's the method I use on walls. The lesson in this video was to teach theï»¿ point you made. A refresher course in two identical triangles stacked on top of one another.

• Why not just measure bothï»¿ diagonals and check if they are equal?

• Great video Tim, I am looking forward to the Whole package of simple, concise how too information. My goalï»¿ is to build a shed worthy of hiding in should Barack be re-elected.

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