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Topic: calculating an angle between a point and a vector (kind of)
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maciek

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Registered: 6/11/13
Re: calculating an angle between a point and a vector (kind of)
Posted: Jun 18, 2013 9:26 AM
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Thanks for Your post but I will need some more info about that (Sorry I've finished my advanture with geometry couple of years ago)

Lets say Ive got:

Point P1(x=5,y=5) and bearing is 60 degrees that creates a vector?
Point P2(x=7,y=2) bearing is not relevant

And I need the angle in degrees between line P1P2 and a that vector P1 (60 degrees)...



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