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Calculate the angle of incidence of the beam solar radiation at 1400 (2pm) solar time on february 10 at latitude 43.3 degrees on surfaces of the following orientations: a. horizontal b. sloped to south at 60 degrees c. slope of 60 degrees, facing 40 degrees west of south d. vertical, facing south e. vertical, facing west

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