Ripstop is correct. Can I have a cold one for just agreeing? LOL! For the math guys you can write all that down and laminate it and bring your calculators to the field to get it spot on. But check my easy math Ripstop so I dont give any false info....the degree of your shot 0-20 degrees= subtract 10% 20-35 degrees= subtract 20% 35-55 degrees= subtact 30%. These are very quick and easy FIELD calculations true out to 400yrds. If you are shooting up or down doesn't matter. Look at a tree in the ground at it's base compare it to the angle of the ground to gauge the angle. get a range to target, subtract the percentage, hold in the lower third of the chest and fire.
My last shot with a rifle was 354 yrdsshooting downhill at a 40 degree angle. I dialed my dope in at 250yrds. It's a beautiful 95 inch Coues deer mount.
Again these are field calcs. There isn't a significant drop distance of 14 yrds with a rifle.