Unfortunately, his biggest miscalculation was that it was a Monday not a Sunday. Looking to make up for his mistake he looked for a bigger challenge. A LARGER CHURCH!!!
Where is everyone?
HE MADE IT TO THE TOP!
Using what he knew and referencing to the Scripture of SOHCAHTOA, he used cos=adjacent/hypotenuse. He figured out that the length of the roof was 23.09 feet found in 20/cos(30°)=23.09
When he made it to the edge of the roof, he needed to figure out the length for how much he needed to climb using what he knew.
I know that the edge of the roof has an angle of 30 degrees. I also know that the length of the roof base is 20 feet from the center of the church.
One Sunday Mass sparked an innovative idea
One day the priest had an idea. He decided to make mass engaging by doing mass from the top of the church. He began to climb the church
Scripture of SOHCAHTOABriana Nguyen
About Every Sunday Mass
Why is no one ever engaged in mass
At the larger church the priest needs to figure out the height of the tower. He stood 20 feet from the base of the tower and learned that it created a 70 degree angle. Looking back at the scriptures of SOHCAHTOA, he used tan=opposite/adjacent. He figured out that 20tan(70°) equals 54.95 meaning that the tower is 54.95 feet.
Peak of the Scriptures of SOHCAHTOA
He made it and got many cheers. His acts became well-known. He even got a notice from the pope who was touched by his story and acts of courage. The pope wanted him to demonstrate the act right in front of his eyes!
Priest Climbs Church Using the Scriptures of SOHCAHTOA
Given information from the pope, and remembering the Scriptures of SOHCAHTOA by heart, the priest used sin=opposite/hypotenuse. He finds out that sin-1(20/60) equals 19.47°, which is the angle of the elevation.
He attached a rope and began to climb. He made it to the top and was proudly recognized by many! It was the most enriching experience of his life. He couldn't have done it without the Scriptures of SOHCAHTOA. His journeys with SOHCAHTOA continue on. THE END
From what I heard, the length of the rope is 60 feet while the pillar from the base of the balcony is 20 feet.