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krissywatts

  • 2 years ago

i need help solving the following? to get the bearing of AB

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  1. krissywatts
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  2. kevin.chaithanya
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    Subtract 75degrees from 90degrees and that is the bearing of AB

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  4. krissywatts
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    okay and can you help me with one more?

  5. kevin.chaithanya
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    That is the bearing of AB with north direction...is that what you want?

  6. krissywatts
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    for this one i neeed azimuth and bearing?

  7. krissywatts
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    i believe so

  8. kevin.chaithanya
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    Give your next problem and I'll clarify it

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  10. krissywatts
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    it ask me what is the azimuth of cd and what is the bearing of cd

  11. kevin.chaithanya
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    They must have given you a reference line or a starting line to find bearing and azimuth...

  12. kevin.chaithanya
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    Yes, I got it...they gave you north as reference line because both of your diagrams of N mentioned...So,the answer to the first problem is 15 degrees(as said). In the second problem, the bearing and reference are the same..140degrees 39seconds

  13. krissywatts
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    how did you get that? cause i'm trying to learn it and i don't know what i'm doing

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    |dw:1349502315527:dw|

  15. kevin.chaithanya
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    Azimuth is the angle measured clock-wise from the reference line..

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    oh okay

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  18. krissywatts
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    i have like front and back pages to do on this

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    so i might come back later today

  20. kevin.chaithanya
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    That is bearing....bearing is measured from east side and west side from the reference line...So, bearing can be a maximum of 180 degrees but azimuth can be a maximum of 360 degrees

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    okay

  22. krissywatts
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    so would i get 129.35?

  23. krissywatts
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    as the bearing?

  24. kevin.chaithanya
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    In the second problem, both bearing and azimuth are the same....90+50.39 = 140.39

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