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Bearing zs

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FORM 4 : BEARING

FORM 4 : BEARING


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  • 1. TOPIC : BEARING (CHAPTER 8) TYPES OF COMPASSES COMMONLY USED
  • 2. NAVIGATION TOURISM AGRICULTURE SPORT SCUBA DIVING BEARING AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OUR DAILY LIFE TRAVELLING
  • 3. NORTH WEST SOUTH EAST
  • 4. NORTH WEST SOUTH EAST NORTH-EAST SOUTH-EASTSOUTH-WEST NORTH-WEST
  • 5. # is measured in a clockwise direction from the north. # is written in three-digit number, from 000o to 360o BEARING
  • 6. NORTH WEST SOUTH EAST NORTH-EAST SOUTH-EAST SOUTH-WEST NORTH-WEST [ 2250 ] [ 0900 ] [ 0450 ] [ 0000 ] [ 1800 ] [ 1350 ] [ 3150 ] [ 2700 ] [ 3600 ] Stating the compass angle
  • 7. EXAMPLE When the bearing of point B from point A 0700,the bearing of point A from point B can be find. U Bearing is measured from north to the line AB at point A 700
  • 8. U Find the bearing of point A from point B 700 U Answer : ……..? 2500 700
  • 9. · ·A B U 115o The Bearing of point A from point B is 115o . Find the bearing of point B from point A. 295o U (3600 – 650 ) 65º
  • 10. Solving Problem involving Bearing In the diagram, points P, Q and R are on the horizontal ground. R is due north of P. The bearing of Q from R is 148°. Find the bearing of P from Q A.032° C. 148° A.116° D. 212° P Q R North 148°.
  • 11. Nort h N P M In the diagram above, points M, N and P are on the horizontal plane. The bearing of P from M is 014°. Find the bearing of M from N 250° 560 GUIDED EXAMPLE