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in Pset #3, problem 4, can anyone explain the answer to part (c.)? How can there be an "m" in their solution, when m=tan(alpha) and they explicitly state that in this case, (alpha)=0 ? Tan(0)=0, so all "m"s should just be 0, right? So what's going on?

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    Neeevermind, they weren't that clear about (alpha) only being zero in the initial "check" part of the problem.

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