Answer :

Let AB is the Height of the Tree before broken the upper part, DE is the Height of the tree after broken.

Given, ∠DCE = 60^{o}, DC = 10m

ED = 10 × 1.732

ED = 17.32

EC = 2

Total Height of the tree = EC + ED = 17.32 + 20

= 37.32

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