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Dec3013, 07:05 PM

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Hi all,
Would a heading of 330 degrees be equivalent to a standard angle measurement of 30 degrees? I'm used to calculating by subtracting the heading from 90, but the angle is too large for this problem. I know it seems to be a ridiculously simple question compared to others on this forum, but it's fairly difficult to find information about headings vs. standard on the internet. Thanks! 



#2
Dec3113, 06:41 AM

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Does that help? 



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Dec3113, 07:48 AM

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#4
Jan414, 08:37 PM

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Headings to standard
Ah, okay. That is what I thought. Thank you!



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