Q: What describes the angle between water level and the incline of a water ski ramp?

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I just called my cardiologist's office for an answer to this one (I'm scheduled for a nuclear stress test that uses the Bruce protocol). Here's what the person who will administer my test told me: It's the percentage of 90 degrees, 0% being no incline, 100% being straight up, perpendicular to the floor. The test begins at 1.7 mph with an incline of 10%, or 9 degrees. The incline is raised every three minutes by 2%, or 1.8 degrees. So at Level 2, the incline is 10.8 degrees, Level 3 12.6 degrees, Level 4 15.2 degrees, etc. -Joe

That means that for every 5 [lengths] forward along the level, the incline rises or drops 1 [length]. [Length] can be any unit of distance. This can also be called a "20% grade" . . . Because 1/5 = 0.2 = 20% . It also tells you that the incline makes an angle of 11.3° with the level, because 0.2 is the tangent of 11.3° .

Hi!The angle of incidence is built into the aircraft, and cannot be changed. This angle is the angle that the wing makes with a level surface (such as if the ground if the aircraft were parked).The angle of attack (commonly abbreviated AoA), is the angle that the chordline of the airfoil makes with the relative wind. So if you were in straight and level flight, maintaining altitude, the angle of attack would be zero degrees.When an aircraft exceeds a critical angle of attack (which is determined by the design of the airplane), the airflow will peel off of the wing, causing the wing to stop producing lift. The aircraft is, in this scenario, stalled.Hope this helps.Source(s):PPL ASEL 6/17/08

.the BASIC law of a angle is that a angle must be made by two line ,one line can't make any angle ,a straight angle is make by 2 line not 1 ; you it is only one it is because both line are in the same level . Base or this fact a straight angle is a angle Hope this can solve your question

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I just called my cardiologist's office for an answer to this one (I'm scheduled for a nuclear stress test that uses the Bruce protocol). Here's what the person who will administer my test told me: It's the percentage of 90 degrees, 0% being no incline, 100% being straight up, perpendicular to the floor. The test begins at 1.7 mph with an incline of 10%, or 9 degrees. The incline is raised every three minutes by 2%, or 1.8 degrees. So at Level 2, the incline is 10.8 degrees, Level 3 12.6 degrees, Level 4 15.2 degrees, etc. -Joe

That means that for every 5 [lengths] forward along the level, the incline rises or drops 1 [length]. [Length] can be any unit of distance. This can also be called a "20% grade" . . . Because 1/5 = 0.2 = 20% . It also tells you that the incline makes an angle of 11.3° with the level, because 0.2 is the tangent of 11.3° .

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