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Unformatted text preview: One measures direction clockwise from due north, and the bearing angle θ satisfies 360 ° ≤ θ < ° . The other uses quadrant and deviation from due north or due south to measure direction, and these bearing angles are always acute. I: “due north” system 2. “quadrant” system 4. A plane leaves Gainesville and flies due west at 100 miles per hour for half an hour, then turns due south and flies at the same speed for another 45 minutes. At this point, what is the plane’s bearing from Gainesville? (due north system) 5. Thursday evening at midnight a hurricane was 400 miles due east of Brownsville, Texas, and was traveling 8 mph on a bearing of 295º. If the hurricane stays on this path at the same speed, at what time of what day would the hurricane be closest to Brownsville, and how far away would it be at that time?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course MAC 1114 taught by Professor Cohen during the Fall '09 term at Santa Fe College.
 Fall '09
 COHEN
 Trigonometry, Angles

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