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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

We can add another column to find out how long the hypotenuse is for each metre of horizontal distance: Side adjacent 5° 0.99619 m 1 m 800 m hypotenuse 1 m 1.0038 m 803 m The middle column tells us that for every metre of horizontal boundary, we need 1.0038 m of pipe. So the drain running along an 800 m boundary with 5° of fall, requires 803 m of pipe.

The middle column tells us that for every metre of horizontal boundary, we need 1.0038 m of pipe. So the drain running along an 800 m boundary with 5° of fall, requires 803 m of pipe.

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