Position on a Map from Two Azimuth Bearings

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The task is to find the position of a point on a map given two azimuth bearings from points and , visible on the terrain and indicated on the map. Construct a line through with the first azimuth with respect to the vertical direction and a line through with the second azimuth. Point is the intersection of these lines.

Contributed by: Izidor Hafner (December 2018)
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