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posted by bubba .
Two points in the xy plane have cartesian coordinates (4.6,10) and
(10,3.2) I found the distance to be 19.68 but i need to find the angle between the line connecting the two points and the xaxis (measured counterclockwise from the xaxis) within the limits of 180 and +180 degrees).....
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