Coastal Navigation Course
Mini-Chart #4 Questions 4-6
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Because the compass rose in this exercise is divided into 2° intervals, you should find your answers are a bit more accurate than in the previous lesson.
Answers to Sample Chart #7
1. Start at Marker 1, on a course of 084° T. The first marker along your route is – 5.
2. Start at Marker 5, on a course of 144° T. The first marker along your route is – 6.
3. Start at Marker 6, on a course of 090° T. The first marker along your route is – 10.
4. Start at Marker 10, on a course of 328° T. The first marker along your route is – 7.
5. Start at Marker 7, on a course of 290° T. The first marker along your route is – 2.
6. Start at Marker 2, on a course of 092° T. The first marker along your route is – 8.
7. Start at Marker 8, on a course of 120° T. The first marker along your route is – 9.
8. Start at Marker 9, on a course of 252° T. The first marker along your route is – 7.
9. Start at Marker 7, on a course of 278° T. The first marker along your route is – 4.
10. Start at Marker 4, on a course of 216° T. The first marker along your route is – 1.
Because the compass rose in this exercise is divided into 5° intervals, your answer should be within 5°. Do not be concerned with degrees of accuracy at this point, we are practicing the basic concepts.
Answers to Sample Chart #6
1. Marker 1 – 2 285 ° T
2. Marker 2 – 3 030 ° T
3. Marker 3 – 4 035 ° T
4. Marker 4 – 5 060 ° T
5. Marker 5 – 6 315 ° T
6. Marker 6 – 7 310 ° T
7. Marker 7 – 8 040 ° T
8. Marker 8 – 9 110 ° T
9. Marker 9 – 10 160 ° T
10. Marker 10 – 2 225 ° T