Q1:

When using true bearings which compass point has a bearing of 000°

A. North B. East C. South D. West 
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Q2:

What is the compass bearing W, shown below, as a true bearing?

A. 270° B. 180° C. 090° D. 000°

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Q3:

Which compass bearing is half way between South and West? 
A. WS B. SW C. SSW D. SWW

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Q4:

What is the range of values a true bearing can have? 
A. 090° B. 0180° C. 0360° D. 360°to +360° 
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Q5:

What is the true bearing of the direction shown by the line OA?

A. 065° B. 115° C. 155° D. 245° 
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Q6:

In the diagram above, what compass bearing would be indicated by the line OA? 
A. E65°S B. N155°S C. S25°E D. S25°W

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Q7:

What is SE as a true bearing? 
A. 45° B.135° C. 225° D. 315°

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Q8:

Is the bearing of Sydney in Australia from Auckland in New Zealand:

A. Less than 90° B. Between 90° and 180° C. Greater than 180° D. None of the above.

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Q9:

What is the true bearing of point A from point B?

A. 034° B. 304° C. 214° D. 056° 
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Q10:

In the diagram above in question 9 what is the bearing of point B from point A? 
A. 034° B. 056° C. 214° D. 124° 
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