## degrees clockwise

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• The first two columns give the number of points and degrees clockwise from north.
• The branch leaves the main line on the south side, then immediately turns 90 degrees clockwise.
• Consider the same example above, except the operator has turned 45 degrees clockwise to get a better view of the car.
• This can be done, for example, by mapping a direction to a bearing in degrees clockwise from North.
• Rotate the image about 70 degrees clockwise and north will be at the top.
• They then turn between thirty to seventy degrees clockwise to the right, depending on wind speed (turning farther for stronger winds).
• Bearing is measured in degrees clockwise from either magnetic or true (geographical) North.
• This means that to correctly view the photograph it should be turned 90 degrees clockwise.
• The orientation of the image is such that north is approximately 30 degrees clockwise from the bottom of the frame.
• The right drawing is a front view rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
• By switching the time and negative frequency to frequency and time would act like rotating 90 degrees clockwise.
• On each turn, a player either moves a piece one square in any direction, or rotates a piece 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise.
• In round one, the teams would have 10 seconds to study the board before going blank and rotating 90 degrees clockwise.
• One leg is then bent 45 degrees clockwise, while the other leg is bent 45 degrees anticlockwise.
• Because the streets in the area are aligned with the half-points of the compass, people's sense of direction tends to get skewed 45 degrees clockwise.
• The headstone was recently rotated 90 degrees clockwise from what is shown in the picture at right so that Sideways may be in death as she was in life.
• Rotate one of them 90 degrees clockwise around the z axis, then flip it 180 degrees around the x axis.
• When the flag is displayed vertically, it is rotated 90 degrees clockwise such that the bear and star face upward and red stripe is on the left.
• Compared to the Continental grip, the blade has rotated 45 degrees clockwise.
• This screen angle is another common measurement used in printing, measured in degrees clockwise from a line running to the left (9 o'clock is zero degrees).