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# C2 - Bearings question Watch

1. http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/63180-q...hematics-2.pdf

How do you do the last part of 6)

I have worked out the angle C, but don't know how to work out the angle above c if I knew this I could do 360 - the sum of the two angles.
2. (Original post by IShouldBeRevising_)
http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/63180-q...hematics-2.pdf

How do you do the last part of 6)

I have worked out the angle C, but don't know how to work out the angle above c if I knew this I could do 360 - the sum of the two angles.
If you drew an arrow pointing north at C, the two arrows pointing north at B and C would be parallel (obviously), and they'd be joined by the line BC.

Does this help any?
3. (Original post by justinawe)
If you drew an arrow pointing north at C, the two arrows pointing north at B and C would be parallel (obviously), and they'd be joined by the line BC.

Does this help any?
Ok yes it is 70 due to z angles nice 1

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