Re: Finding the correct angle?
Thanks and you were pretty close! Here is the full formula.
Imagine points A and B onto a graph, with the coordinates of A (x,y) be (0,1802). The x-coordinate for point B will be the 27508.8 we got, and the y will be 2170, so the coordinate will be (27508.8, 2170).
Now since I can make an imaginary right triangle, the angle x is just the inverse tangent of the y difference divided by the x difference.
x = atan (2170-1802)/(27508.8)
x = .766430713988... (degree)
which rounds to
x = .766 degree