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1. Correct though I'm not quite sure why you labelled that line N... it's not quite the North line...
2. (Original post by RDKGames)
Correct though I'm not quite sure why you labelled that line N... it's not quite the North line...
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3. Again, you are not measuring the second part of the journey from the north thus getting it wrong.
4. (Original post by RDKGames)
Again, you are not measuring the second part of the journey from the north thus getting it wrong.
Where do I measure from?

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6. (Original post by z_o_e)
Where do I measure from?

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These questions literally follow this very same procedure:

1. Pick a point, mark down your north line
2. Measure the bearing X and go along that bearing for A km.
3. Mark down another point where you stop, draw a north line
4. Measure the bearing Y and go along for B km.
5. Measure the distance between the starting point and the end point

You are missing the north line for the second journey so you're getting the bearing wrong. Measure it from the north as usual.
7. (Original post by RDKGames)
These questions literally follow this very same procedure:

1. Pick a point, mark down your north line
2. Measure the bearing X and go along that bearing for A km.
3. Mark down another point where you stop, draw a north line
4. Measure the bearing Y and go along for B km.
5. Measure the distance between the starting point and the end point

You are missing the north line for the second journey so you're getting the bearing wrong. Measure it from the north as usual.
I get confused when drawing the bearing.
Like what side do I draw it from what angle, what north line

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9. (Original post by z_o_e)
I get confused when drawing the bearing.
Like what side do I draw it from what angle, what north line

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I'll do this question again but is the straight line from the black dots..

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10. (Original post by z_o_e)
I'll do this question again but is the straight line from the black dots..

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Not quite.

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11. [QUOTE=RDKGames;66810356]Not quite.

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12. (Original post by 34908seikj)
Yeah!
Hey.
Is it possible if you can do the third question for me please

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13. (Original post by RDKGames)
Again, you are not measuring the second part of the journey from the north thus getting it wrong.

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15. Nope. That 300 bearing is not from the north line.
16. (Original post by z_o_e)
Hey.
Is it possible if you can do the third question for me please

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Sorry I haven't been helping you much recently, I've been super busy with my own revision.
17. (Original post by RDKGames)
Nope. That 300 bearing is not from the north line.
I don't get Q3

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18. (Original post by 34908seikj)
Sorry I haven't been helping you much recently, I've been super busy with my own revision.
Isn't this the same as mine?

I didn't have enough space so I go 5

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19. (Original post by z_o_e)
Isn't this the same as mine?

I didn't have enough space so I go 5

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No it's not. Your 300 degree angle is wrong.

Look at my answer, that Arrow on the 300 degree angle is where I measured it from.

With bearings when you're doing angles always start from the north. Like I said, my arrow (up) is where you ALWAYS start your angles from.

If that makes sense, I kind of rushed my explanation. If still don't get it I'll break it down.
20. (Original post by 34908seikj)
No it's not. Your 300 degree angle is wrong.

Look at my answer, that Arrow on the 300 degree angle is where I measured it from.

With bearings when you're doing angles always start from the north. Like I said, my arrow (up) is where you ALWAYS start your angles from.

If that makes sense, I kind of rushed my explanation. If still don't get it I'll break it down.
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