Calculate the bearing

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If AB has a bearing of following 97° 49' 45" and a anti-clockwise angle from A to C is measured as 71° 6' 12". Calculate the bearing AC (enter as numeric value of ddd.mmss e.g. 100° 20' 30" would be entered as 100.2030).

I am very stuck here and unsure what is really being asked.

Can someone please help me.
 

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tiny-tim
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welcome to pf!

hi wilson11! welcome to pf! :smile:
If AB has a bearing of following 97° 49' 45" and a anti-clockwise angle from A to C is measured as 71° 6' 12". Calculate the bearing AC (enter as numeric value of ddd.mmss e.g. 100° 20' 30" would be entered as 100.2030).

B seems to be irrelevant :confused:

perhaps it's a misprint for "… anti-clockwise angle from B to C …" ?

(and btw, no I don't understand the question in your other thread, either)
 

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