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I've read that bearing should be more than 0° and less than 90°. But I suddenly found an example of bearing with angle of 150°. Is it right? (sorry for my bad English) Thank you for your attention 😊🙏Name:  Screenshot_2019-12-11-10-36-52-19-compressed.png.jpeg
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(Original post by Tan Fillipe)
I've read that bearing should be more than 0° and less than 90°. But I suddenly found an example of bearing with angle of 150°. Is it right? (sorry for my bad English) Thank you for your attention 😊🙏Name:  Screenshot_2019-12-11-10-36-52-19-compressed.png.jpeg
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Angle of elevation is limited to 0 to 90 degrees. A bearing is 0 to 360 (non-inclusive).
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I see ... So I'm mistaken. Thank you very much !!
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