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1. Measure the total height of the stairs from top-to-bottom and divide this by the desired height of each step. The result will give you the total number of steps needed. 2. Measure the length of the stairs from left-to-right and divide this by the desired length of each step. The result will giveRead more

1. Measure the total height of the stairs from top-to-bottom and divide this by the desired height of each step. The result will give you the total number of steps needed.

2. Measure the length of the stairs from left-to-right and divide this by the desired length of each step. The result will give you the total number of steps needed.

3. Calculate the slope of each stair by determining the amount of rise for each step. This can be done by measuring the vertical change or by dividing the total height by the total number of steps.

4. Determine the width of each step by multiplying the desired length of each step by the slope.

5. Finally, calculate the number of risers, which is the vertical portion of each step, by subtracting the width of each step from the total height of the stairs.

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