I am trying to crunch numbers for two shadows, but for some reason it became complex:

**What**: A vertical pole 10 meters high with an arrow on top

**Location:** Close to Quito Equador (Lat: 0°, Long: 78°W), very good flat ground.

**Date:** March 20 2019 or 2020 (Equinox)

**Shadow Time (#1)**: 09:00h (9am) local time, no Daylight Savings Time in Quito after 1993.

**Shadow Time (#2)**: 16:00h (4pm) local time.

Based on FE map, I am interested to calculate the pole's shadows (#1 and #2) length on

the ground and the angle of arrow projection from the North Pole in degrees.

I'm having some difficulties with this math.

Some volunteers please? One decimal digit will be enough.

Tom Bishop's numbers would be nicely welcome.

Answer #1: Length _____m, Angle _____°

Answer #2: Length _____m, Angle _____°