## angle of elevation

### the angle formed by a horizontal line and the line of sight to an object above the horizontal line

The angle of elevation is an angle between a horizontal line and a line of sight from the observer to an object above the horizontal line. It is the upward tilt of the line of sight with respect to the horizontal. This angle is formed when an observer looks up at an object above the ground level, such as a tree, a building, or a mountain. The angle of elevation can be used to determine the height or distance of an object from the observer. The larger the angle of elevation, the closer the object is to the observer. The angle of elevation can be measured using a protractor or a clinometer. It is commonly used in surveying, architecture, navigation, and other fields where distances and heights need to be calculated.

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