I have 2 points with bearing's coming from them, I need to calculate a 3rd point(intersection of bearing's from point 1,2) but am unsure of the maths required to do this. Could someone give me an example of how to do this.
Edit - The bearing's I am referring to are degree's from north. So I have point A + Point B and an imaginary line coming from from each point on the a particular bearing. I wish to know at what point the imaginary lines would cross.
To explain further -
I have point X,Y on a map and a bearing to an object(point 3) from point 1, I also have point 2 on the map and a bearing from point 2 to the same object (point 3) as point 1. what I need to do is to calculate the X,Y for point 3 using points 1,2. If it helps I would imagine the max distances between point 3 and points 1,2 would be a mile or so.
Maths was never my strongest point so if someone could explain how to do this in basic steps that would be great