A ship leaves port R sails to port S and then to port T. The bearing of S from R is 112. The Bearing of T from S is 033 The distance RT is 75 km and the distance RS is 56 km
a) Draw a diagram showing the journey of the ship from R to S to T
b) calculate- i)The size of angle RST ii)The size of angle RTS iii) the bearing of R from T
c) The ship leaves port T and travels due west to a point X which is due north of R.
i) Show on your diagram the journey from T to X
ii) calculate the distance TX


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  1. so, are you rachel or john?
    reposting won't get you help any faster, and just wastes our time.

    have you drawn the diagram?
    You can see that angle RST is 91 degrees.
    So, what's next?

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  2. The bearings 112° to 033°

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