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A = (5,-8) P = (43/4, -43/16), Calculate the angle of direction to go from A to P.

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    you need to break it down to x-components and y-components, then use trig to solve the angle. don't forget to use a reference for the angle such as east of north, west of south, etc, etc

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    Is it ok to use true bearings?

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    i suppose so

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    Could you please confirm that the answer is approximately 47.3* T, I am not very confident.

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    im pretty sure true bearings go counterclockwise from the x-axis

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    if memory serves

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    Oh..

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    or maybe i'm wrong, is it clockwise from north?

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    yes it is clockwise from north

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    Google says clockwise from north so probably lol.

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    |dw:1331109981334:dw| So yes, true bearing is 47.3º

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    Thanks!!, can I ask another question here or open a new thread?

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    preferably new thread, because this question is already solved so nobody will see it

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    Ok, thanks

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