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# June 2006 C2 Bearing Question Help! watch

1. http://mei.org.uk/files/papers/c206ju_iu78.pdf

So I was doing this as a practise paper and came across question:

10) i) B)

I've looked at the mark scheme at have got up until working out angle LTS.
Then it says to add LTS to 285, but where has the 285 come from???

Seriously confused, any help appreciated!

Thanks
2. (Original post by Ben_Jones8)
http://mei.org.uk/files/papers/c206ju_iu78.pdf

So I was doing this as a practise paper and came across question:

10) i) B)

I've looked at the mark scheme at have got up until working out angle LTS.
Then it says to add LTS to 285, but where has the 285 come from???

Seriously confused, any help appreciated!

Thanks
The bearing of S FROM T, is the angle taken from T clockwise all the way to S.

Put another point on your picture. Draw this point directly below L and directly West of T. Call this point P. You need to work out LTP

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