# GCSE Mathematics Targeting Grade C Shape and Space Unit 5 Bearings.

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GCSE Mathematics Targeting Grade C Shape and Space Unit 5 Bearings

Can you… If not you need Name the bearing of X from Y
Work out simple bearings Use bearings to locate a position Try a test TOP X from Y, Y from X Practice 1: Simple Bearings Practice 2: Locating a point TAIL If not you need

Remember Bearings are always measured from the North line
TOP Remember Bearings are always measured from the North line They are always measured in a clockwise direction They must have 3 digits What is the bearing of Y from X? What is the bearing of X from Y? Lesson

Practice 1: Simple Bearings
1. Work out the bearing of (i) B from P, (i) P from A, Next

2. Lesson Measure and write down the bearing of B from A.
On the diagram, draw a line on a bearing of 107° from A. Lesson

Practice 2: 1. The diagram shows the position of Colwyn Bay and the position of Blackpool. The bearing of a ship from Colwyn Bay is 032°. The bearing of the ship from Blackpool is 290°. Draw an accurate diagram to show the position of the ship. Mark this position with a cross Label is S. Next

2. Lesson A map is drawn to a scale of 1:25 000
Two schools A and B are 12 centimetres apart on the map. Work out the actual distance from A to B. Give your answer in kilometres. 2. B is due East of A. C is another school. The bearing of C from A is 064°. The bearing of C from B is 312°. (b)Complete the scale drawing Mark, with a cross (´), the position of the school C. Measure and write down the bearing of B from A. On the diagram, draw a line on a bearing of 107° from A. Lesson

TAIL Are you ready for the answers ? 1. (a) 90 km b) 317 Next
This is a map of part of Northern England. 1. A plane flies in a straight line from Preston to Stoke-on-Trent. How far does it fly? Give your answer in kilometres. (a) 90 km (b) Measure and write down the bearing of Preston from Manchester. b) 317 Scale: 1 cm represents 10 km Next