Help with gradient please

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Can you help

we are having an all weather football pitch installed and there is a question over the fall for drainage. it states that the fall should not exceed 1% over the total length.

my question is what is the maximum fall at 1% if the pitch is 36 metres long please
 
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tiny-tim
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welcome to pf!

hi pahunt16! welcome to pf! :wink:

it's exactly what it says …

the fall is 1% of 36 metres, which is … ? :smile:
 
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I have worked out the fall as .36 metres which equates to a fall of 360mm or 14" over the length.

Can you confirm I am correct in saying that one end of the pitch will be 14" lower than the other.

Just looking for confirmation please
 
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Yup! :biggrin:

1° of 36 m is 36 cm (that's why some people like the metric system so much!),

and 2.54 cm = 1" (exactly),

so 36 cm = (36/2.54)" = 14" :smile:
 

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