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Q: What is a bearing in maths?

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the bearing of something is the angle. for example there are 180 degrees on a straight line so the bearing of a straight line is 180 degrees. To work out the bearing of something though you need a protracter

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Bearing is a way of describing direction. It is a 3 digit number (including leading zeros). A heading due North is a bearing of 000. The bearing increases clockwise, so that East is a bearing of 090, South is 180, and West is 270.

A bearing is the angle made by a direction with the line pointing North, measured in the clockwise direction. A bearing is represented as a 3-digit number. So the bearing for North is 000, North-East is 045 East is 090, South is 180 West is 270 and just short of North is 359.

Angle clockwise measured from North line. Always write it with three digits, for example 057° would be the correct way of writing 57°

A bearing is the measure of the angle of travel compared with North. It is always measured in degrees, in the clockwise direction, and given as a 3-digit number. So for example, North = 000 NorthEast = 045 East = 090 South = 180 SouthWest = 225

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