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A surfer "hangs ten" and accelerates down the sloping face of a wave. If the surfer's acceleration is 3.38 m/s^2 and friction can be ignored, what is the angle at which the face fo teh wave is inclined above the horizontal?
Submitted: 11 years ago.
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Expert:  HMC replied 11 years ago.
Please explain "hangs ten".
Customer: replied 11 years ago.
Reply to HMC's Post: "Hangs Ten" is an expression that surfers use for riding a wave. It does not really have any significance to working the problem
Expert:  Dr. T replied 11 years ago.
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