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How can i build a even steps wooden stairways, whats the secret , i cannot get even steps, what measures should have , angles etc i will greatly appreciate your help.

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On the link below tells you how to build the steps in # easy steps. This is the method that I use when I build my steps.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/home/how-to-plans/woodworking/4224738

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You should be aware that the adjective adjacent has no absolute meaning. It is relative to the angle you are considering.
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It is a device used in measuring and sometimes drawing angles?based on trigonometry


Could you mean a sextant? I found other tools of measuring angles at a
distance before I reread your question and noticed it was under
science and astronomy. Most of the following tools are used to measure
angles of stars, planets and locations.


Sextant
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"A sextant is a measuring instrument used to measure the angle of
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find the current time from the angle between the sun and the moon.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sextant

"Practical celestial navigation usually requires a chronometer to
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angular schedules of celestial objects and a set of sight reduction
tables to help perform the math. With sight reduction tables, the only
math required is addition and subtraction. Most people can master the
procedure after a day or two of instruction and practice."
http://www.algebra.com/algebra/about/history/Celestial-navigation.wikipedia

Froogle has many sextants and books for sale:
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Using the sextant
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"The gauge is used to tally trees in variable area plot sampling. The
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