Before you tell your kids, We had better get it right. After further review
of the problem the Bearing and Distance should be n70.9e;1489.24ft.
The center point of the circle and the cord lies outside of the plot. The
arc cuts into into the plot. Apparently this survey is a part of a subdivision.
At 09:03 PM 4/15/2004 -0500, you wrote:
Wow, Dale, you really can use what you learned in High School in real
Wait till I tell my kids. <G>
Teresa Ghee Elliott
Any information I give that you can't find in your version of TMG 5.1 is
probably due to customization on my part.
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From: W D Carter [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] Help for deed with arc
Yes you can. The surveyor says point 3 is at a point of tangent of the
curve by using the rules of trigonometry one can calculate the bearing and
distance of the cord of the arc. The bearing and distance of the cord is
s70.9e;1489.24f. Use this as the bearing and distance from point 2 to point
3. Keep in mind this will show the cord between points 2 to 3 and not the
arc but it will give you a picture of how the other metes and bounds fit
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