The answer is 18°54’, by adding the GN and MN together. But I don't understand why? Isn't 17 1/2° is the value and the answer between MN and TN? Is North Start, Polaris different than TN?What is the magnetic declination from star north (North Star, Polaris) for this map?
I'm not sure satalite images are used, they were not used at regionals or state last year, but you can look in the rules to double check i dont have mine wth me right nowDo you know any good places to find out info about satellite images? Last year I had a question about it and had no clue how to do it.
Welcome to the best event ever btw.Could some one give me a semidetailed overview of this event?
A couple questions I have:
1. What is this event about (major sections of test)?
2. What map do we study from?
3. What study resources should we use?
4. What are the major parts of this event?
EDIT: This is my first time doing this, so thanks for the help !
NY is using the AAA map of Washington-Oregon (same as last year). Surely this isn't standard practice in all states though, is it? The event parameters in the rulebook clearly state "The event supervisor ... will provide all maps." Last year was our first year competing in SciO, and the most-repeated piece of advice was "read the rules, read the rules, read the rules" - needless to say we were quite surprised to find out that we had to provide our own road map for the state competition, and heard "New York always does it this way."Anyone know what AAA map they will be using this year? I thought they had it posted last year, but apparently I was mistaken.
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