Physics Equilibrium

A table is supported against a wall forming an angle with the vertical. The coefficient of static friction between the table and the floor is (μe). The frictional force of the wall on the board may be neglected.
Find an expression for the maximum value that the angle can take without the table slipping on the floor.

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