## Multiplier Table

 Pitch° Rafter Hip Rise Short 10 1.01543 1.42516 0.17633 0.60926 11 1.01872 1.42751 0.19438 0.61123 12 1.02234 1.43010 0.21256 0.61340 13 1.02630 1.43293 0.23087 0.61578 14 1.03061 1.43602 0.24933 0.61837 15 1.03528 1.43937 0.26795 0.62117 16 1.04030 1.44299 0.28675 0.62418 17 1.04569 1.44688 0.30573 0.62742 18 1.05146 1.45106 0.32492 0.63088 19 1.05762 1.45553 0.34433 0.63457 20 1.06418 1.46030 0.36397 0.63851 21 1.07114 1.46538 0.38386 0.64269 22 1.07853 1.47079 0.40403 0.64712 23 1.08636 1.47654 0.42447 0.65182 24 1.09464 1.48264 0.44523 0.65678 25 1.10338 1.48911 0.46631 0.66203 26 1.11260 1.49596 0.48773 0.66756 27 1.12233 1.50320 0.50953 0.67340 28 1.13257 1.51087 0.53171 0.67954 29 1.14335 1.51897 0.55431 0.68601 30 1.15470 1.52753 0.57735 0.69282 31 1.16663 1.53657 0.60086 0.69998 32 1.17918 1.54611 0.62487 0.70751 33 1.19236 1.55619 0.64941 0.71542 34 1.20622 1.56683 0.67451 0.72373 35 1.22077 1.57807 0.70021 0.73246 36 1.23607 1.58993 0.72654 0.74164 37 1.25214 1.60245 0.75355 0.75128 38 1.26902 1.61568 0.78129 0.76141 39 1.28676 1.62965 0.80978 0.77206 40 1.30541 1.64441 0.83910 0.78324

Students should use the sin, cos and tan funtion rather then the Multiplier Table to calculate the length of the roof members. Remember practice makes perfect; it takes some time to get use to these functions.

The more you practise the more familiar you become using these functions