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    direction of a line using bearings

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    Not sure if I'm in the right forum as I'm new to this, but here goes.

    I have a car traveling in a straight line from point C (-100,100) to point D (200,-100). I need to find the direction of travel as a bearing to the nearest degree. Any help?
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    Re: direction of a line using bearings

    Quote Originally Posted by sarahheath1985 View Post
    bearings

    Not sure if I'm in the right forum as I'm new to this, but here goes.

    I have a car traveling in a straight line from point C (-100,100) to point D (200,-100). I need to find the direction of travel as a bearing to the nearest degree. Any help?
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