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Climbing a Volcano
Harold climbs a conical volcano. The base of the mountain is 1 kilometer wide, and the caldera (the plateau at the top) is 0.1 kilometers wide. If the volcano is 2 kilometers tall from base to caldera, how far does Harold have to hike to reach the caldera? Give your answer to the nearest 100th of a kilometer.
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