Q: How many feet is a quarter pipe ramp?

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a2 +b2=c2102 + 152 =c2c=18.03 feet

It is 77.6 feet.

The theoretical mechanical advantage is the length of the ramp divided by its height. 20/2=10.

If the length of the ramp is L feet, then tan(20) = 18/L so that L = 18/tan(20) = 49.45 feet.

a2 + b2 = c2 (10 x 10) + (15 x 15) = (n x n) - do the math. To find the other side (the hypotenuse) you need to square the lengths of both of the known sides, 10 squared is 100 and 15 squared is 225 and add these together. You now have 325, which you find the square root of, this is 18.027756 feet.

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18 feet

a2 +b2=c2102 + 152 =c2c=18.03 feet

This is called a half pipe.

it is easier to briflip on a ramp. first ride at the ramp (quater pipe or box is best) and get as much speed as possible. make sure your hands and feet are comfortable and ready to perform this trick. i put my feet either side of the brake. push upwards with your feet as soon as your scooter leaves the ramp. pop your arms outwards and bring your scooter above your head. put your feet together ready to land. make sure you wear a helmet when doing this. land with both feet bend your knees and ride away

its a pipe that's cut in two or a cement halfpipe looks the same but is in cement

2 feet

3 feet = 1 yard 24 divided by 3 = 8 yards