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Q: How much fall in 10 degrees over 1 metre?

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A temperature gradient of 10 degrees per metre.

It is a fall of approx 21 cm.

Fall = 1 metre*arctan(25 deg) = 1 metre*0.466 = 0.466 m or 46.6 cm approx

To find the slope or fall of a ball or other object that is at an angle of 2 degrees for over 3.9 minutes, you will need several factors. You will need the distance or length of the slope and the speed of the ball at its peak movement.

3 degrees is a slope of 5.24 centimeters per meter. (rounded)

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A temperature gradient of 10 degrees per metre.

It is a fall of approx 21 cm.

Fall = 1 metre*arctan(25 deg) = 1 metre*0.466 = 0.466 m or 46.6 cm approx

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Three times the answer to the related question below.

1 degree slope = 1.746 centimeter rise or fall in 1 meter of run.

To find the slope or fall of a ball or other object that is at an angle of 2 degrees for over 3.9 minutes, you will need several factors. You will need the distance or length of the slope and the speed of the ball at its peak movement.

a VERY hot temperature over 9999 degrees Celsius. :)

best to measure in metres and centimetres as it is not going to be much over a metre for the normal banner

3 degrees is a slope of 5.24 centimeters per meter. (rounded)

You shoud come out of the saddle about 30 degrees when jumping, but it actually depends on how high the jump is that you are tackling. If is is a very high jump, eg. over 1 metre, then you would have to get out of the saddle more to be able to balance with your horse. Hope this helps. =)