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    Re: Azimuths
    From: Grace O'Farrell
    Date: 2016 Jul 6, 19:17 +0100

    Hi Gary,
    My confusion was fining z in the C tables but I found that instead of using the C tables in order to find it I can use a formula of tan Z = 1/C x cos Lat which helped then I was able to find the True Azimuth by converting. So in the end as it was in the NW I took Z away from 360  and found my answer. Some of the links you have given are going to be a lot of help so thank you very much for them.
    Kind regards,
    Grace.

       
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