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figuring slope ratio:

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figuring slope ratio:

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greengo233:
I have seen alot on this , and i have no idea how it works so i want to ask the experts.

So how do you figure slope ratio ex. 2:1,6:1 etc?

Thanks
Damon

Lush Lawns:
Slope is figured by the ratio of the horizontal length required to get one foot of vertical drop. In other words, If you have one foot of drop over a distance of 6 feet, then the ration is 6 to 1. If the one foot of drop occurs over a distance of 3 feet, then the ratio is 3 to 1. Ratios are usually stated with the horizontal length first, and the vertical measurement second.

Paydaze77:
hows this?


http://www.ectc.org/products/slope.html

Whysod:
Great website, thanks.

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