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It states in my notes that the diagram below is not the angle of inclination. If not, then what is?

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Angle of elevation?
looks like an angle of inclination to me.

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idk, it just says that theta is not the angle of inclination.
Nvm. They both are same i guess. lol.
It depends on what your datum is.
http://faculty.wwu.edu/vawter/PhysicsNet/Topics/Dynamics/InclinePlanePhys.html this one splits up mg, i'm not sure if it's right, but it's the only answer i have so far.
Yeah, that's all pretty standard.
^not sure what that's supposed to imply -.-'
Everything looks normal here. I don't really know what your question is.
the angle of inclination. it's not theta, so what is it?
Theta is the angle of inclination.
...ok. the website says different so i'm just gonna go with that...
The website says that theta is the angle of inclination too. "...on a surface that is inclined at an angle Θ relative to the horizon."

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