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Unformatted text preview: See below for more details. Assume that we have a hiker going on an eight mile hike. The hike is to a mountain top that rises almost 12,000 feet i his limitations and has found that (due to the stiffness in his knees) he has difficulty in lifting his feet more than 6 inc gait (step) is about three feet per stride. Use the data in the table provided to calculate the slopes found on the trip. Once you have found the slope, you need t number that allows you to analyse the data for our hiker. Once you have translated the data you are then asked to indi have difficulty traveling the route. You will indicate this to the hiker by specifying the segments as easy or hard. 1. In the Perfect tab Column C White Area C4:C20 under the heading slope create a slope formula that calculates slop row. Remember slope is equal to rise over run. 2. In the Column D White Area D4:D20 under the heading "Rise in inches for three feet travelled" create a formula th walker must raise their foot to take one step forward.walker must raise their foot to take one step forward....
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