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krissywatts

  • 3 years ago

what are the bearings for the first figure?

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    i have to know the bearings of this figure to add to the next figure were one is already given but the last three angles are not

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    @calculusfunctions

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    @uzmashahid15 @bhaskarbabu

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    yeeeeeeaaaaaaaaa no. not a geo person...AT ALL.

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    sorry :(

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    |dw:1351237417523:dw| I didn't actually understand your question, but I can show you what bearing is.The angle x in the figure is the bearing of A from B..I took the north direction as the reference line because your second diagram shows N as reference.

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