Scenario 1 You're out with your favorite shootin' iron and you've taken a break atop Mt. Shmuckatelli when you spot a (insert desired target type here) in the valley below. Now, you're kinda lost so you've got your map out...it says that Mt. Shmuckatelli is 950ft tall, and it looks like the horizontal distance to your target on the map is 758 yds. 1) what is the slope range to your taget? 2) what is the slope angle? 3) for your windage adjustments, which distance would you place on your scope...the slope range or the horizontal range...and why? (for the sake of argument, let's forget about hold-offs) Scenario 2 You've come down to inspect the (insert desired target type here), when you spot another (insert desired target type here) up on the hill opposite Mt. Shmuckatelli. Your map gives the elevation of target's location as 408ft and, with the help of your inate trigonomic knowledge, you've SWAGed the shot angle at 17 degrees. Find: 1) the horizontal range 2) the slope range S.