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Q: How do you calculate back bearing of 300 degree?

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60 degree reflex? Possibly you mean 300 degrees...

bisect between 120 and 180 degree ( 120 + 180= 300/2 =150)

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The term 'percent off' means to calculate the percentage, then subtract from the original amount. 20% = 0.20, so 0.20 x 300 = 60. Subtract 60 from 300 = 240

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