Q: How much is 6 degree fall over 3.1 metres?

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Approx 0.087 metres.

Approx 0.087 metres.

Approx 98 centimetres.

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Approx 0.087 metres.

Approx 0.087 metres.

Approx 0.087 metres.

Approx 98 centimetres.

10*sin(1) metres = 0.175 metres = 17.5 cm.

Approx 0.087 metres.

30cm

It is approx 80.4 mm.

A rise of 1.31 metres.

To calculate the vertical fall over a horizontal distance at a given angle, you can use trigonometry. In this case, the fall at 2 degrees over 6 meters can be calculated using the formula: vertical fall = horizontal distance * tan(angle). Plugging in the values, the vertical fall would be approximately 0.21 meters, or 21 centimeters.

5*sin(30) = 2.5 metres.

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