Using AutoCAD to draw a diagram of airports from provided coordinates

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How do I use AutoCAD to draw a diagram of airports using directional coordinates provided from the mapping of the airports without any location distortion?

 
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Using AutoCAD to draw a diagram of airports from provided coordinates

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Hi Joan,

Coordinate system is the landmarks of all sciences and mathematics and it was the introduction of coordinates into geometry. The key behind this is how a given point is represented. The point is characterized by a two real numbers that represent an axis. The x and y axis, the x axis is the vertical line of the Cartesian plain where the horizontal line is represented by the y axis. AutoCAD uses also the Cartesian coordinate system in giving the exact length, width, height, location, and angular form of an object.

In 2D- drawing, the UCS (User Coordinate System) shows the direction and divides you working area into two quadrants.  For you to be able to do this:

1.       Define your point of origin.

2.       Define you second point by using the following command.

          Length, angle, direction, 0 them press enter.

                         Example: ‘135’,’ 36d’,’NE’, 0.

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