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 The length of a ramp 2015-03-05 From Jaylynn:Hi, I've been trying to figure out how long my ramp would have to be in order to reach a height of 3.5 feet at a 30 degree angle for a sugar glider enclosure?Answered by Penny Nom. The length of the ramp on a motorcycle trailer 2008-03-25 From Joshua:I am currently building a motorcycle trailer. I am trying to figure out the length of the ramp so that the bikes don't scrap the trailer/ramp as they are loaded. This is the info I have: the motorcycle is 6" off the ground in the center, the point where the tires touch the ground are 80" apart, the trailer deck is 20" high. How do I figure the length of the ramp? Please show equation so I have for future reference with different measurements.Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston. Forces on an inclined plane 2008-01-10 From Ron:A body that weighs 540lbs is caused to slide up an inclined plane with a uniform velocity by a force that acts parallel to the plane. For each foot of horizontal distance, there is a vertical rise of 2in. If the coefficient of sliding friction is 0.16, what force is required to move the body?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Ramp height 2007-12-03 From Steve:I need to find the height of a angle. 23 degree angle at 12 feet of length is how high from the ground?Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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