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1. I need a bit of help on these questions please. Thank you.
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3. Zacken don't know if you could help
4. (Original post by z_o_e)
I need a bit of help on these questions please. Thank you.
Well, you'll need to provide your own thoughts and attempts on the matter first.

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Zacken don't know if you could help
Sure.
5. (Original post by Zacken)
Well, you'll need to provide your own thoughts and attempts on the matter first.

Sure.
I'm sorry for tagging you I'm just revising FM now and forgot completely how to do bearings. All I know is you the bearing is measured from north clockwise (?)
6. (Original post by Zacken)
Well, you'll need to provide your own thoughts and attempts on the matter first.

Sure.
I have tried for 2 hours!!!
I can't get the right answer.

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7. (Original post by z_o_e)
I have tried for 2 hours!!!
I can't get the right answer.
Yes, you've tried, so you should include your attempt in the first place. Anywho, you know for next time.

For the first part, P is at the origin, so since bearing is measured from the upper north line, the angle between the upper north line (where P lies on) and A is...? It's written down on the diagram for you!

For the next part, how many degrees do you need to move to go from the upper north line to end up at B? From your diagram, it's 60 + 120 + 40.
8. (Original post by Zacken)
Yes, you've tried, so you should include your attempt in the first place. Anywho, you know for next time.

For the first part, P is at the origin, so since bearing is measured from the upper north line, the angle between the upper north line (where P lies on) and A is...? It's written down on the diagram for you!

For the next part, how many degrees do you need to move to go from the upper north line to end up at B? From your diagram, it's 60 + 120 + 40.
Ohh so you measure from the north line? I got 60 and 220

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9. 60 and 220
10. (Original post by z_o_e)
Ohh so you measure from the north line? I got 60 and 220

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Yes.
11. (Original post by Zacken)
Yes.
Thank you!!! I attempted these

I thought the first one was 150...
I thought it was the distance starting from P to Q around the Q point.

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12. (Original post by Zacken)
Yes, you've tried, so you should include your attempt in the first place. Anywho, you know for next time.

For the first part, P is at the origin, so since bearing is measured from the upper north line, the angle between the upper north line (where P lies on) and A is...? It's written down on the diagram for you!

For the next part, how many degrees do you need to move to go from the upper north line to end up at B? From your diagram, it's 60 + 120 + 40.
The bearing of B from A :/

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13. (Original post by z_o_e)
Thank you!!! I attempted these

I thought the first one was 150...
I thought it was the distance starting from P to Q around the Q point.

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It says bearing of Q from P. So if you start at P and draw a vertical line upwards, how much do you need to rotate from that vertical line to get to Q, from P. The angle is 50 degrees.
14. (Original post by Zacken)
It says bearing of Q from P. So if you start at P and draw a vertical line upwards, how much do you need to rotate from that vertical line to get to Q, from P. The angle is 50 degrees.
Oh thanksss♥

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15. (Original post by z_o_e)
Oh thanksss♥

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No problem, can you do the other ones now? At least try them first.
16. (Original post by Zacken)
It says bearing of Q from P. So if you start at P and draw a vertical line upwards, how much do you need to rotate from that vertical line to get to Q, from P. The angle is 50 degrees.
Also you know question 3... The answer page tells me the answer is 70.. but I got this.

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17. (Original post by Zacken)
No problem, can you do the other ones now? At least try them first.
Yeppp I've finished them moved onto percentages.

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