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Old Jul 18th 2017, 05:39 AM   #1
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Question Incidence angle - tilted plate

Would you please be able to assist on the following question:

A vertical plate is subjected to rays from a light source located 35 degrees above the horizon. The plate itself is tilted 12.5 degrees around its vertical axis reducing the exposure to the light source.

Find the incidence angle between the light source and the front face of the plate.

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