skeeter | August 19th, 2017 07:52 AM | Quote:
Originally Posted by **gixxerman1980**
(Post 578136)
So let's say I know coordinates for D (-10171.62, 490.26) angle at that point is 75.52. Also, line EF is a section of a line that starts at -10249, 0 and ends at -10094.8, 7615.2. How do I find the coordinates for A?
BTW, the angle at A is 91.16 | Your image doesn't seem to match up with the info you provided. Quote:
line EF is a section of a line that starts at -10249, 0 and ends at -10094.8, 7615.2
| If point E has coordinates (-10249, 0) and point F is (-10094.8, 7615.2), then point F's x-coordinate should be less than -10249. Note -10094.8 > -10249 Quote:
BTW, the angle at A is 91.16
| What angle at A? The angle at the intersection of the tangent line and radius at point A is 90 degrees.
I advise you to make a better sketch that fits your given information. |