The inverse sine of this amount, or the angle whose sine equals 0.7905694, is 52 Ad14a#39;19.5aquot;, which doubles 104Ad28a#39;39aquot; for angle A. Similarly, the remaining two angles can be calculated. To illustrate another means when one angle is known, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Surveying Ready Reference Manual|
|Author||:||Guy O. Stenstrom|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1987-01-01|