I need to find the equation of a line given X and Y coordinates (latitude and longitude) and a heading in degrees. I can assume that 0 degrees is North.
So for example, I might have that the point is
(43.084926, -77.682241) and the heading is 90 degrees. From this I know that The line is pointing East, so I can easily get another latitude and longitude such as
(43.085286, -77.682241), and can find the equation of the line using the two points, which is easy in this example:
y = -77.682241
However, when it gets to be any angle other then 0, 90, 180, or 270, I'm not sure how to get that second point and therefore, the line.