conversion angle


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conversion angle

The angle between a great circle (orthodromic) bearing and a rhumb line (loxodromic) bearing of a point, measured at a common origin.
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However, the Scots were punished for some sloppy handling soon after as winger Ben Breeze raced over in the corner to put the high-flying Welsh side ahead and Ceri Sweeney made light work of an awkward conversion angle.
He said aspects of the beautiful game such as conversion angles, team tactics and nutrition are just some of the ways maths, as well as science, can come in handy.