Q: A ladder leaning against a wall makes a 60 degree angle with the ground When is it more likely to slip when a person stands on the ladder near the top or near the bottom Explain?

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90 - 31 = 59 degree

If its proper- the degree of the top is less than the degree of the bottom If its improper- the degree of the top is greater than or equal to the degree of the bottom

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A ladder leaning against a 20ft wall, with an angle of 32 degrees with respect to the wall, must be 24ft long. cos(theta) = adjacent over hypotenuse cos(32) = 20 / hypotenuse hypotenuse = 20 / cos(32) hypotenuse = 23.58

I guess you should have studied. The answer is quite easy, and if you'd bothered to read the textbook, you would have been able to answer this question.

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