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A ceiling in a new home rises 8 feet over a distance of 29 feet. Find the slope of this ceiling. Round your answer to two decimal places

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Slope is measured as:
slope="rise/run"
=vertical distance/horizontal distance
=tan(θ)

where θ is angle with the horizontal.

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