# math

A cone is made from the figure shown by joining the straight edges and securing them with tape, calculate the angle of inclination, to the nearest tenth of a degree, for the side of the cone.

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1. 42

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posted by Steve
2. uhm, how do you get it though, but the answer is 41.4

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3. Oh, please. You provide no numeric details at all -- how do you expect an answer?

Since 42 is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything, I thought surely it was the answer to your obfuscated question!

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