This question is linked to Can known object be used to back-calculate my location? (been almost a month, figured it would be best to start a new question.)
I have a map, and I know which way true north is. I also have marked a known location on that map. I know my distance from that location, as well as my bearing relative to the location. Based on that info, I've been trying to come up with a formula for how to back-calculate MY location. I've been messing around with some trig formulas to get it, but I just don't understand how I would get my location. Like I said in the linked question, my distance from that known location obviously means how far I am. But I'm confused on the angles part, and any help would be great! A drawing might best help. Thank you.