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krissywatts
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do i subtract or add distance to come up with easting and northing?
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krissywatts Group Title
do i subtract or add distance to come up with easting and northing?
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I'll need more information or an example to know what you're talking about. Still working on bearings and vectors and such?
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It depends on the situation. Do you have an example?
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yes , sorry hold on a min.
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dw:1352000405514:dw
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dw:1352000879488:dw
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then inadjusted latitudes and departures. Then latitudes and departures correction, Then adjusted latitude and departures. Then it goes on with point, northing and easting coordinates. The northing and easting coordinates i don't know but i have infromation of the rest.
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here is some of the northing and easting i started though down below:
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dw:1352001389939:dw
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