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    Quizzical Pursuit
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    Architecture Puzzler #535

    A 12 in 12 roof slope is 45 degrees.

    What is the angle of a 24 in 12 slope?

    What are the rise and run of a 90-degree slope?


     

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    What is the common term for high-voltage tubing (HVT)?  

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    The Great Pyramid of Khufu has a slope of about 15 in 12.
    Photo: Howard Davis/ Artifice Images

     
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