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What Is The Angle Between The Ramp And The Horizontal?

The angle between the ramp and the horizontal is 45 degrees.

The angle between the ramp and the horizontal is 45 degrees. This means that we are dealing with a right triangle, with one leg of length L (the height of the ramp) and one leg of length R (the horizontal distance from the bottom of the ramp to point A).

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, so we know that AC (the hypotenuse) must be equal to AB plus BC. In other words, AC = AB + BC = 2L + R.

Now, using trigonometry, we can find all three sides of this triangle. We know that AC is equal to 2L + R, so we can find R using this equation: R = 2L – AC = 2L – 2L + R = 0

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