Kinematics - Find theta with Coefficient of Friction?

I recently found a problem that looked like this:

A box sits on a horizontal wooden ramp. The coefficient of static friction between the box and the ramp is .30. You grab one end of the ramp and lift it up, keeping the other end of the ramp on the ground. What is the Angle between the ramp and the horizontal direction when the box begins to slide down the ramp?

The only thing this question gives me is the Coefficient of static friction between the box and the ramp. I don't think it's enough to solve the problem, is this true?

Equations Related:

$F_f=μ_sN$

$N=mg$

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