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Old 22-02-2012, 10:26
brianmullen2u brianmullen2u is offline
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Hey all,

I was wondering could someonehelp me with this question please. I can't understand where they got 057 degrees:

"A" latitude is 00°N/S "B" is located at 33°N, 101°E.

True track (great circle) from "A" to "B", at "B", is 090°.

The initial true track of the great circle at "A" is:

A. 123°
B. 303°
C. 237°
D. 057° (Correct Answer)

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Brian Mullen
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Old 22-02-2012, 14:49
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Hi Brian,

Draw the diagram.

It can only be one answer.

I'm going to leave it at that for now but if you still can't get it, please post again and I'll give you the full solution.

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Old 23-02-2012, 13:17
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Hey Tony,

Haha, of course, now I see it....thank you for your help. It can only be 057 Degrees. Thanks again.

Brian
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