# 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.

Expert's answer

The height of a ramp is given by the formula:

h = 150 * sin 10 = 26.047

h = 150 * sin 10 = 26.047

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