The length at a heading of 192.31 degrees is 301.40 miles The length at a heading of 94.90 degrees is 76.48 miles
Aircraft leaves runway 09 heading 090 degrees (due east). Aircraft then makes a right turn of 35 degrees - new heading 125 degrees. Due south is 180 degrees 180-125 = 55 So the aircraft has to make a further right turn of 65 degrees to due heading south
First you read the compass. Then you find the correction for the heading closest to the heading the compass reads, interpolating if needed. Then you add the correction to the heading to get the corrected heading.For example, say the compass read 37 degrees and the correction card had a +2 correction for 30 degrees and a -1 correction for 60 degrees. You would interpolate a correction at 37 degrees of about +1, and add that to 37 to get a corrected magnetic heading of 38 degrees.
633 miles (1018 km) (550 nautical miles) ; Initial heading from Guatemala City to Acapulco: : west-northwest (284.8 degrees) ; Initial heading from Acapulco to Guatemala City: : east-southeast (102.3 degrees) 633 miles (1018 km)(550 nautical miles) ; Initial heading from Guatemala City to Acapulco: : west-northwest (284.8 degrees) ; Initial heading from Acapulco to Guatemala City: : east-southeast (102.3 degrees)
The points of a compass, in degrees, is your heading. As in, "We are on a ninety-degree course, sir."
205 degrees gets me there everytime.
: By air: 3286 km (1774 nautical miles) : Initial heading from Southampton to Nicosia:: east-southeast (108.6 degrees) ; Initial heading from Nicosia to Southampton : northwest (313.0 degrees) By sea via Gibralta about 4800 km
200 miles on heading of 325 degrees: 114.72 miles W, and 163.83 miles N. 70 miles on heading of 250 degrees: 65.78 miles W, and 23.94 miles S. Sum: 180.5 miles W, and 139.89 miles N. Total displacement: 228.36 miles on heading of 307.78 degrees. All quantites rounded to 2 decimal places.