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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Question is the same ... bearing of A FROM B

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    Yes all you have to do is work out the co interior angle. (X is the bearing)

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    Yes all you have to do is work out the co interior angle. (X is the bearing)

    This )

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    That's it, if you get comfortable with your angles, bearings will be a breeze!
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    That's it, if you get comfortable with your angles, bearings will be a breeze!
    thanks

    This is trickier I done this


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    That's it, if you get comfortable with your angles, bearings will be a breeze!


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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    thanks

    This is trickier I done this


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    It's the same really, 180 + 25 = 205 degrees

    360-205 = 155
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    Remember you go clockwise not anticlockwise

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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Remember you go clockwise not anticlockwise



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    That's correct gj.
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    That's correct gj.
    Omgg yass. I was on the verge of giving up if I got this wrong!

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    That's correct gj.
    How about this ?

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    How about this ?

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    Yes, i think you know what you're doing now
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    Yes, i think you know what you're doing now
    OMG YES
    1) USE YOUR BRAIN AND FIGURE OUT WHAT METHOD YOU NEED TO USE EG: INTERIOR
    2) GO CLOCKWISE
    3) ADD SUBTRACT AND GET YOUR ANSWER

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    OMG YES
    1) USE YOUR BRAIN AND FIGURE OUT WHAT METHOD YOU NEED TO USE EG: INTERIOR
    2) GO CLOCKWISE
    3) ADD SUBTRACT AND GET YOUR ANSWER

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    Pretty much yes, simple as that!
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    Pretty much yes, simple as that!
    Wait I thing I got this wrong...


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    Wait I thing I got this wrong...


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    What was the question?
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    Wait I thing I got this wrong...


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    It's either 230 or 130 depending on the question.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    It's either 230 or 130 depending on the question.
    Question is the same for all those "B from A"

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    Question is the same for all those "B from A"

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    Then what you did was right.
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    Then what you did was right.
    Thank you so so so so much! ♥♥♥

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