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From a base elevation of 6600ft, a mountain peak in Colorado rises to summit elevation of 14,545ft over a horizontal distance of 15,839ft. The grade of the peak is blank%

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    Grade = rise /run
    = ΔH / horizontal distance
    = (14545-6600)/15839 (as a fraction)
    = (14545-6600)/15839 * 100% (as a percentage)

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    6. Multiply the new area using the length (7+x) and width (5+x).

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