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    Re: Position from two azimuths
    From: Andrés Ruiz
    Date: 2020 May 17, 11:42 +0200
    Dear Antoine,

    I just solve the two equations numerically, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isoazimuth

    Fix PositionBynAzimuthbyIteration
    B = -17.498762 º = -17º 29.9'
    L = -149.495782 º = -149º 29.7'

    nIter = 7
    iter B L
    Zo[i] Zci[i]
    0 -15 -170
    36.009 45.94523266
    144.941 146.0512241
    1 9.924948646 -134.8580095
    36.009 38.3982436
    144.941 151.8878753
    2 -11.89695202 -153.2601433
    36.009 39.34257153
    144.941 145.9637973
    3 -18.61655741 -150.0403486
    36.009 36.09578173
    144.941 144.6272932
    4 -17.50442533 -149.5100929
    36.009 36.01603703
    144.941 144.9388776
    5 -17.49875708 -149.4957797
    36.009 36.00899938
    144.941 144.9410013
    6 -17.49876152 -149.4957824
    36.009 36.009
    144.941 144.941

    Best regards
    Fair winds and following seas.
    --
    Andrés Ruiz
    Navigational Algorithms
    http://sites.google.com/site/navigationalalgorithms/
       
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