Hi guys & girls, I'm using Google maps coordinates to draw a line and want to divide the line by its length, giving segments where the length of each segment is equal to 1.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

EG:

P1

p1.lat = 54.97435323116719

p1.lng = 54.9742647135445

P2

p2.lat = -1.6116368025541306

p2.lng = -1.6115100681781769

let's assume that the unit of measure is meter.

Now, between the points p1 and p2, I need to calculate the (x,y) every 1 meter - along the length of the line.

My attempt results in:

x = -0.000006809047899462957, y = 0.00000974879815028264

but I'm not sure if that is correct.

I use the formula:

x = (x2-x1) / distance

y = (xy-xy) / distance

Is this correct? If not, how can I do this?

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