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    Hi Colin,

    I'm having snags with the use of non-parallel (diverging/ converging) graph guidelines, particularly when they diverge at the far right hand side of the graph. Some of my answers are way out.

    When they diverge, do you parallel one of them? Or interpolate at a proportional divergence rate?

    E.g.

    320116 Obstacle Height section of the graph diverging guidelines.

    320114 Obstacle Height section of the graph diverging guidelines.

    320119: obstacle height section of graph diverging guidelines.

    320426: Flap position section of the graph converging guidelines.



    Thanks!!
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    Last edited by Archie; 18-12-2016, 01:13.

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    Hi Archie
    It is tricky....to be very accurate you need to interpolate at the convergence/divergence rate by counting the squares at each end and do it as a ratio.

    Colin

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    • #3
      Thanks Colin, I'll try!

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