A 30-foot ramp is used to move product to a loading dock. The ramp makes a 24° angle with the horizontal. The ramp is to be replaced with a ramp that is 50 feet long. What angle does this replacement ramp make with the horizontal? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a degree.\

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xXValeXx Apr 11, 2024

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The value of angle does this replacement ramp make with the horizontal is,

⇒ θ = 14.1°

A 30-foot ramp is used to move product to a loading dock.

The ramp makes a 24° angle with the horizontal.

And, The ramp is to be replaced with a ramp that is 50 feet long.

We have;

⇒ sin θ = 30 × sin 24° / 50

⇒ θ = sin ⁻¹ (30 × sin 24° / 50)

⇒ θ = 14.1°

justtryinpass Apr 11, 2024