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GCSE Maths June 2014 Paper 2 Higher Tier Q15 watch

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    I am trying to workout question 15 of the June 2014 GCSE maths paper 2. I got the answer for 15a but not sure how to workout the bearing for Q15b.

    Can you please show me the method for working out this part as I will be explaining it to my student thank you.
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    If you give me the question I'll show you how to work it out.
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    The quetion is shown below:

    Q15 b-Calculate the bearing of C from A. Give your answer correct to the nearest degree.

    Thank you for your help.
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    Haha well I don't have anything to calculate it on since you haven't given me the whole question.
    What's the board? EdExcel?
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    I have attached the question for your information. Please find the attached file. This file contains the question from Edexcel paper June 2014 paper 2.
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    Work out angle <CAB, then add 180

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    (Original post by jademalik)
    I am trying to workout question 15 of the June 2014 GCSE maths paper 2. I got the answer for 15a but not sure how to workout the bearing for Q15b.

    Can you please show me the method for working out this part as I will be explaining it to my student thank you.
    Could you please post the question so that i could have a clear view.
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    (Original post by thatawesomekid)
    Work out angle <CAB, then add 180

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    What she said ^^
    You always take the bearing from the north and go clockwise till you get to where you need to be.
    So yeah using
    S-sex
    O-on
    H-hard
    c-concrete
    A-always
    H-hurts
    T-try
    O-other
    A-arrangements
    Workout cab and then add it to the straight line giving you the total bearing, EZ.
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    Your answer is 216.9 degrees to 1dp, just so you can check btw.
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    Thanks alot. I shall try your method.
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    (Original post by Placeboo123)
    What she said ^^
    You always take the bearing from the north and go clockwise till you get to where you need to be.
    So yeah using
    S-sex
    O-on
    H-hard
    c-concrete
    A-always
    H-hurts
    T-try
    O-other
    A-arrangements
    Workout cab and then add it to the straight line giving you the total bearing, EZ.
    What *he said

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