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Horizontal Distance display mode and Actual Distance display mode can be easily switched ID (incline/decline) Technology
Ladders that lean against a wall or other support should be angled so the horizontal distance from the top support to the foot of the ladder is about one-quarter the working length of the ladder.
Wither height (HW), rump height (HR), the horizontal distance between the top of the hips (WH), and girth of chest (GC) were also measured.
On Earth, landslides typically travel a horizontal distance that is less than twice the distance that the material has fallen.
Other fixed parameters are the horizontal distance the ball has to cover, around 18-19 metres, the impact of aerodynamic drag per metre travelled, and the Magnus force effect.
0,i]--initial horizontal distance between the nodes.
The analysis involved precise mapping of steep to nearvertical cliff faces within a pre-specified horizontal distance to a group of residences below the cliffs in danger from falling rocks.
The truck-mount was chosen because of its ability to easily cover the horizontal distance between the dock and the raised ship, whilst also supporting the weight of the engineering team and equipment, as well as being able to speedily set-up and depart from the busy quayside.