(*Between the first Sunday in April and the last Sunday in October, “noon” will actually be at 1:00PM due to daylight savings.)

The altitude of the Sun is simply a measurement of how high it appears above the horizon, in terms of an
angular measurement. If the Sun were directly overhead, it would be at an altitude of 90^{o}
(since a full circle is 360^{o}, and from the horizon to directly overhead is one-quarter
of a full circle). As you can see from the picture, the altitude of the Sun is related to the length
of the stick and the length of the stick’s shadow by the formula:
- Tan q = h/l,
- q = tan
^{-1}(h/l) |

__At least every other week__(it would be good if you could space your measurements out evenly throughout the semester), measure the altitude of the Sun (you need to take all of your measurements from the same general location/town and use the same measurement stick for all measurements). Record your measurements in the table below.- After you have completed your observations, plot your results on the graph provided.
- Worksheet to be handed in