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A ladder is propped against a vertical wall, such that the top end of the ladder is vertically above the intersection point of the wall and the ground. The distance from either of the ends of the ladder to the intersection of the ground and wall is equal to 5 m. Now, the ladder slips against the wall to come to a new position. If the top end slipped down by 1 m, by what approximate distance did the bottom end slip?
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