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Posted: March 12th, 2018, 12:50 pm
Sorry, I'm apparently oblivious, but what is magnetic bearing, because when I google it I just come up with magnetic ball bearings.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_bearing
try searching up map magnetic bearing
`N26.8E`
`N36.8E`

Posted: March 12th, 2018, 8:51 pm
Sorry, I'm apparently oblivious, but what is magnetic bearing, because when I google it I just come up with magnetic ball bearings.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_bearing
try searching up map magnetic bearing
`N26.8E`
`N36.8E`
oof ok sorry im really dumb and bad at math lol ok

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 6:41 pm
1. How many sections are in one PLSS township?
2. The bearing S24W translates to what azimuth?

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 6:43 pm
1. How many sections are in one PLSS township?
2. The bearing S24W translates to what azimuth?
1. 2196
2. 204 degrees

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 6:48 pm
1. How many sections are in one PLSS township?
2. The bearing S24W translates to what azimuth?
1. 2196
2. 204 degrees
Your second answer is correct but since when is there more than 36 sections in one township?

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 7:10 pm
1. How many sections are in one PLSS township?
2. The bearing S24W translates to what azimuth?
1. 2196
2. 204 degrees
Your second answer is correct but since when is there more than 36 sections in one township?
Oh sorry I accidentally multiplied 36 by 36 because I guess I mistakenly thought that I didn't count sections...
`Billy lives in section 25.  In the SW1/4/NW1/4, there is a school.  Billy lives in the NE1/4/SE1/4.  The Post Office is in the SW1/4/SW1/4.  If Billy wants to go to school from home, then pick up mail from the post office, then head back home again, in exact measurements calculate the distance traveled by Billy that day.  (In other words find the perimeter of the triangle made by the School, the Post Office, and Billy's home)`

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 7:17 pm
1. 2196
2. 204 degrees
Your second answer is correct but since when is there more than 36 sections in one township?
Oh sorry I accidentally multiplied 36 by 36 because I guess I mistakenly thought that I didn't count sections...
`Billy lives in section 25.  In the SW1/4/NW1/4, there is a school.  Billy lives in the NE1/4/SE1/4.  The Post Office is in the SW1/4/SW1/4.  If Billy wants to go to school from home, then pick up mail from the post office, then head back home again, in exact measurements calculate the distance traveled by Billy that day.  (In other words find the perimeter of the triangle made by the School, the Post Office, and Billy's home)`

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 7:21 pm
Your second answer is correct but since when is there more than 36 sections in one township?
Oh sorry I accidentally multiplied 36 by 36 because I guess I mistakenly thought that I didn't count sections...
`Billy lives in section 25.  In the SW1/4/NW1/4, there is a school.  Billy lives in the NE1/4/SE1/4.  The Post Office is in the SW1/4/SW1/4.  If Billy wants to go to school from home, then pick up mail from the post office, then head back home again, in exact measurements calculate the distance traveled by Billy that day.  (In other words find the perimeter of the triangle made by the School, the Post Office, and Billy's home)`
That's incorrect. Also remember to use exact answers.
`Each location is in the center of the 1/16th.`

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 7:36 pm
Oh sorry I accidentally multiplied 36 by 36 because I guess I mistakenly thought that I didn't count sections...
`Billy lives in section 25.  In the SW1/4/NW1/4, there is a school.  Billy lives in the NE1/4/SE1/4.  The Post Office is in the SW1/4/SW1/4.  If Billy wants to go to school from home, then pick up mail from the post office, then head back home again, in exact measurements calculate the distance traveled by Billy that day.  (In other words find the perimeter of the triangle made by the School, the Post Office, and Billy's home)`
`Each location is in the center of the 1/16th.`
`((.125)˄1/2+ (5/16)˄1/2+(13/16)˄1/2) miles or about 1.81 miles. The first time I went from school to home, to post office, then back home...`
`Each location is in the center of the 1/16th.`
`((.125)˄1/2+ (5/16)˄1/2+(13/16)˄1/2) miles or about 1.81 miles. The first time I went from school to home, to post office, then back home...`