# Trignometry (sin law)

• Sep 27th 2008, 09:14 PM
Shyam
Trignometry (sin law)
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...c/progress.gifCan anybody help me how to draw the diagram of this problem??

Three ships, A, B and C are sailing along the same straight line on a course of 240 degrees. Ship A is at the front, and ship C brings up the rear. From ship A, the bearing of navigation buoy is 025 degrees. The buoy is 2.5 km from ship A and 2 km from ships B and C. To the nearest degree what is the bearing of the buoy from ship C? from ship B? http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ttons/edit.gif
• Sep 27th 2008, 09:46 PM
Chris L T521
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Can anybody help me how to draw the diagram of this problem??

Three ships, A, B and C are sailing along the same straight line on a course of 240 degrees. Ship A is at the front, and ship C brings up the rear. From ship A, the bearing of navigation buoy is 025 degrees. The buoy is 2.5 km from ship A and 2 km from ships B and C. To the nearest degree what is the bearing of the buoy from ship C? from ship B?
This is how I interpreted the problem.

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--Chris