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Sometimes, slope is referred to as pitch, angle, rise, incline, or grade. Many different professions use slope in describing an angle. For example, in construction, you may refer to the pitch of a roof, or the grade of a slab. Both are referring to angles. It can throw people off when they try to think of degrees and percentage of slope.

For example, as you get closer to a 90 degree angle, the percentage of slope increases to infinity. There is a nice illustration on Wikipedia that helps illustrate this point. This conversion is also useful when graphing statistics. By converting percentages to degrees, you can illustrated data on a pie chart.

There are may different variations of pie charts, but, at their heart, they all serve the purpose of easily discerning different percentages. As you can imagine, the conversion of percentages to degrees of an angle is very important in many aspects of engineering. This article from Greenbelt Consulting may help you grasp a better understanding of degrees, percent of slope, and gradient in engineering.Thank you.

Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made in building this calculator, we are not to be held liable for any damages or monetary losses arising out of or in connection with the use of it. This tool is here purely as a service to you, please use it at your own risk. Full disclaimer. Do not use calculations for anything where loss of life, money, property, etc could result from inaccurate calculations. In addition, one of our featured articles discusses how you can measure how many steps there are in a milealongside the steps to miles calculator.

An Angstrom is a non-SI unit of length that is internationally recognized, equal to 0. It is sometimes used in expressing the sizes of atoms, lengths of chemical bonds and visible-light spectra, and dimensions of parts of integrated circuits. It is commonly applied in structural biology. Full description is available on Wikipedia. The astronomical unit AU or au or a. To help with productivity, we now set a cookie to store the last units you have converted from and to.

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### Degrees - Minutes - Seconds angle calculator

How Big Is A Hectare? Days Between Dates Days Until Add to phone. Spelling: American British.Exploration and global navigation have become widely accessible in recent years with the help with GPS, or Global Positioning System.

Today, locations all over the world can be pinpointed using GPS coordinates. By taking the curvature of the earth into account, the GPS coordinates of any two locations can be translated into the straight-line distance between those locations. As a result, planning a backpacking trip through the woods or a stroll through a foreign city is no longer as formidable a task as it once was. Assign the symbol a to represent the latitude and the symbol b to represent the longitude of each set of GPS coordinates.

For example, location one will be represented by the coordinates a1, b1while location two will have the coordinates a2, b2. For example, a coordinate given as 45 degrees 22 minutes 38 seconds would become Replace the cardinal points W west and S south associated with the longitude and latitude of each set of GPS coordinates with negative signs. E east and N north are replaced with positive signs. For example, S45 degrees can be written as degrees.

Use the following formula to calculate the distance in feet of the shortest line across the surface of the earth that joins the two locations represented by GPS coordinates a1, b1 and a2, b2 : Check that the calculator you are using has the degree mode selected before attempting these calculations.

Calculations done using the calculator's radian mode will result in errors. The formula for the calculation of the distance between two locations using sets of GPS coordinates does not incorporate the true shape of the earth, but assumes a spherical earth with a radius of She also writes an education blog entitled Simple Science in Everyday Life. She holds a doctorate from University of Port Elizabeth. About the Author.

Photo Credits. Copyright Leaf Group Ltd.Leave us a question or comment on Facebook. Com All Rights Reserved. It is designed to convert the two different and distinct methods of co-ordinate nomenclature from one methodology to the other, and to calculate the distance between two sets of coordinates.

Due to the fact that GPS information is so readily available now for daily weather information, automotive use, aviation, marine and personal use, many companies have set their own standards as to how that information is displayed and disseminated. Either method is very accurate in the native form but converting between them can create substantial error. When using a hand held GPS for instance, you may have to use the information and convert it to or from what a GIS map displays.

We have created this converter and calculator to take decimal degrees or degrees and decimal minutes, and convert to the other. In order to establish a point, you MUST have latitude and longitude coordinates in one form or the other. You must enter both points to get a distance calculation. If you need to get that information to a degrees, minutes and seconds format, use the GPS Converter.

The distance calculations and bearing are based on a true spherical model. There is usually a quadrasphere designation as well, such as N, S, E or W, based on the equator and the prime meridian. For the hemisphere, either North or South, the designation is N or S for latitude. East of the prime meridian is E positive and West of the prime meridian is W negative. Negative numbers in certain situations, Southern latitude is displayed as negative; if you see a negative latitude, it is South while a negative longitude is West can also be used to express a quadrasphere designation.

In this converter, we do neither since it does not matter. All numbers are assumed to be positive as far as entry and are actually determined by the N, S, E or W entry. Decimal Degrees is displayed as the degrees in normal value, with both minutes and seconds in decimal format, as a degree value. There is ONLY a degree designation. DDDD A maximum of 4 decimal places is adequate. MMMM in which seconds are converted to decimal minutes, as a minute value.

Seconds have the value of 0 to 60, with 0 and 60 usually designated as 0 to 59 and then restarting at 0 being the same value, minutes have the same characteristics and degrees are valid from 0 to and to 0, 0 and do NOT have the same value both North and South of the equator, and East and West of the prime meridian.

Now that the designations and reasons for them are perfectly clear, here is the set of formulae if you need to do this manually. Degrees Minutes Seconds to Degrees Minutes. There are degrees in a complete circle or sphere but in all longitude measurements, the total of the degrees is expressed as 2 halves of degrees each, moving East and West from the prime meridian.

East is positive and West is negative. Latitude is designated as North and South but in 90 degree sectors. North is positive and South is Negative.Enter the rise and run of the roof or the angle in degrees to calculate the pitch. Learn more about finding the rise and run of the angle below. Homes and other buildings have roofs with slopes ranging from no slope or flat to very steep slopes.

Roof pitch is used to describe the slope, or angle, of the roof. The roof pitch is important in determining the appropriate installation method and how much roofing material will be needed.

Roof pitch, or slope, is a measure of vertical rise to horizontal run expressed in inches per foot. Pitch is thus the ratio of the rise in inches to a inch run, and is often expressed using a semicolon, for example Finding the pitch of a roof can be done by finding the rise and run, or converted from the angle if it is known.

See the chart below for some examples of common roof pitches. On the roof, hold the level perfectly level, and measure the height from the roof to the level 12 inches away from where the level touches the surface, this will be the rise.

From the attic, hold a level perfectly level and touching a rafter at one end. Measure the distance from the level to the rafter 12 inches away from where the level touches the rafter.

If you know the total height of the peak and the width of the roof you can also find the pitch with a little math. For example, if the peak is 4 feet and the total roof with is 20 feet, the total rise is 4 feet, or 48 inches.

The total run is the distance from the peak to the edge of the roof, which in this case is the total width divided in half, which is equal to 10 feet or inches.

Now, divide the rise by the multiplier to get the pitch, eg. The pitch of this roof is 4.

## How to Convert Latitude & Longtitude Into Feet

The calculator above can handle much of this math. A speed square and level can be used to easily find the pitch of a roof. Set the level on the edge of the speed square as shown below then place the heel of the speed square on a rafter or gable edge of the roof.Earth scientists determine positions on earth by the angular measurements of latitude and longitude. The earth has a fixed circumference, so you can convert these to feet by calculating the distance the angles defined by latitude and longitude sweep.

Angular measurements range range from degrees and degrees with respect to a reference, which is the equator when measuring latitude and the prime meridian when measuring longitude. You'll need your calculator to convert these angles to distances from their respected references. Convert the latitude and longitude measurements from degrees, minutes and seconds to decimal notation.

The conversion factors are 60 seconds per minute and 60 minutes per degree. This example is for Denver International Airport. Convert the decimal degrees to km. The circumference of the earth around the equator is slightly different of that around the poles, because the planet isn't perfectly round. However, they differ by only 42 km.

This makes the conversion factor 10,km per 90 degrees. This factor is easier to remember and easier to use than converting directly to feet. Longitude: This is the distance of DIA from the prime meridian.

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The negative sign in front of the longitude value indicates the distance is west of the prime meridian. This calculation gives the position of Denver International Airport as Latitude: This is the distance of DIA from the equator.

Convert kilometers to feet using the conversion factor Copyright Leaf Group Ltd.

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