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comment Reverse Engineering (Inverse?) complex trigonomic function
let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment Reverse Engineering (Inverse?) complex trigonomic function
@Ethan Oops. In my head I was picturing a circle. I've edited them to "offset" instead.
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@Ethan I'm not sure where you're getting the latitude and longitude radius from. The only RADIUS is the radius of the earth, which is part of determining the distance between the two points.
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@Ethan I've tried to make it a bit more understandable.
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comment Solving for $y$ with $\arctan$
@Henry Eesh. I wrote it up on the computer and completely missed that. Good call!
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comment Solving for $y$ with $\arctan$
@Henry Am I still on the right track?
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