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Yes, this is the correct approach. The $h$ in the equation is the altitude above the horizon of the object at which you consider it to be rising or setting. This is typically non-zero, because of atmospheric refraction, and, in the case of the Sun or the Moon, because of their finite diameters. In your case, the object 'rises' when it climbes above $h=30^\...
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