AMSL and skiing

Tomas skis from point A (3200m above sea level to place B. Hill has 20% descent. The horizontal distance between the start and finish is 2,5km. At what altitude is point B?

Correct answer:

B =  2700 m AMSL

Step-by-step explanation:

A=3200 m p=20%=20100=0.2 x=2.5 km m=2.5 1000  m=2500 m  B=Ap x=32000.2 2500=2700 mAMSL



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