Q1

In an example in lesson 13 glidepath is given as 12% and the degrees are required. Calculation goes 12x60+100=7.2 degrees. Why does the calculation multiply percent with 60+100 to get degrees when therelationship is actually a function of tangent?

Q2

I truly can't figure out how to get the ROD with CRP-5 following the given instructions. The photo provided shows outer, fixed, temperature conversion scale encircled in green. What does it have to do with ROD?

The way to get 700ft ROD with CRP-5 would be using multiplication ratio - set a GS over 10, and read 700 over a multiplier of 5 (70 over 50). What am I doing wrong?

In an example in lesson 13 glidepath is given as 12% and the degrees are required. Calculation goes 12x60+100=7.2 degrees. Why does the calculation multiply percent with 60+100 to get degrees when therelationship is actually a function of tangent?

Q2

I truly can't figure out how to get the ROD with CRP-5 following the given instructions. The photo provided shows outer, fixed, temperature conversion scale encircled in green. What does it have to do with ROD?

The way to get 700ft ROD with CRP-5 would be using multiplication ratio - set a GS over 10, and read 700 over a multiplier of 5 (70 over 50). What am I doing wrong?

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