Reduced Bearing. Main Menu. Direction Compass Points Reduced Bearing. 1. Direction. If we want to indicate the position of an object precisely, we need to indicate the direction of the object. 2. Compass Points. N. E. W. (Mouseover or hot spot) N: North E: East S: South W: West. S.
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In the reduced bearing, directions are measured from the north or the south. It is expressed as NxE, NxW, SxE and SxW, where 0< x < 90.
Take O as the observation point. Drag NxE, NxW, SxE and SxW to the appropriate boxes in the figure below.
A simple map is given. Select two points on the map. A line drawn between these two points and the angle will be shown. Students are required to input the reduced bearing from a point to another point.
Please tell the directions of Airport and Stanley from Victoria Peak.