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Angular Bearings - SS2 Geography Lesson Note

Angular bearings are a way to express direction using degrees measured clockwise from the north direction.

For example, if you want to describe a location as being 30 degrees from the north direction, you would say it has a bearing of 30 degrees.


Using Compass Directions and Bearings:

Compass directions and angular bearings are crucial for navigation and describing the orientation of objects or locations on maps and in real-world scenarios.

They help in providing precise and standardized information about which way something is facing or where it's located in relation to other points.


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