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Answer to Question #2572 in Trigonometry for Ryan Green

Question #2572
The length of a ramp is 150cm. Use trigonometry to show that when the angle, a (Located where the diagonal edge of the triangle meets the base), is 10 Degrees the height of the ramp, h, is 26.0cm, to one decimal place.
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The height of a ramp is given by the formula:
h = 150 * sin 10 = 26.047

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