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Hilly areas often have road signs giving the percentage grade for the road. A 5% grade, for example, means that the altitude changes by 5 feet for each 100 feet of horizontal distance. Suppose an uphill road sign indicates a road grade of 3%. What is the angle of elevation of the road using tan, sin or cos?

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