**Part 1**

1)

a) 060°

b) 240°

2)

a) 125°

b) 305°

3)

a) 054°

b) 234°

4)

a) 297°

b) 117°

5)

a) 254°

b) 074°

6)

a) 312°

b) 132°

a) 039°

b) 219°

7)

a) 258°

b) 307°

**Part 2**

1) 110°-118°

2) 060°-068°

3) 241°-249°

4) 298°-306°

**Working**

**Questions**

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**Part 1**

All of the drawings in part 1 are not to scale.

a) What is the bearing of A from B?

b) What is the bearing of B from A?

2)

b) What is the bearing of B from A?

2)

a) What is the bearing of C from D?

b) What is the bearing of D from C?

3)

b) What is the bearing of D from C?

3)

a) What is the bearing of E from F?

b) What is the bearing of F from E?

4)

b) What is the bearing of F from E?

4)

a) What is the bearing of G from H?

b) What is the bearing of H from G?

5)

b) What is the bearing of H from G?

5)

a) What is the bearing of I from J?

b) What is the bearing of J from I?

6)

b) What is the bearing of J from I?

6)

a) What is the bearing of A from B?

b) What is the bearing of B from A?

c) What is the bearing of C from B?

d) What is the bearing of B from C?

7)

b) What is the bearing of B from A?

c) What is the bearing of C from B?

d) What is the bearing of B from C?

7)

a) What is the bearing of E from D?

b) What is the bearing of C from E?

b) What is the bearing of C from E?

**Part 2**

1) Use a protractor to measure the bearing of A from B.

2) Use a protractor to measure the bearing of C from D.

3) Use a protractor to measure the bearing of E from F.

4) Use a protractor to measure the bearing of G from H.