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## Challenge #67: Calculate Spatial Angles

Alteryx Certified Partner

So the first part of doing it only using Spatial tools was straight forward fun

The other part - not so much, but I gave it a go - after all, how hard could it be?

Especially since I have just helped the daughter with some high school trigonometry - now I am afraid she won't pass her grades with her fathers assistance 😂

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So the Spatial part was pretty straight forward. Okay I might have some assumptions in the calculations but still, there is a reason for using the Spatial Tools.

High on this success, I decided to try on the non-spatial approach, and here a couple of hours later, here is my result.
Weekly Challenge #067Looking at some of the other solutions, especially the official by @JoeM is must admit I am not impressed with my Alteryx Formula / Math Skills - so I guess I just stick to the Spatial Tools that I love ❤️

But on the fun side, I did get to use the Switch condition, which I have wanted to do in a long time.

On my way to Lhotse Face

/Verakso

Asteroid

Alteryx Certified Partner

Challenge #67, done.

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Cheers,

Asteroid

'Some Old Horse Caught a Horse Taking Oats Away'

Used Way to many tools, but I'll consolidate later

Comet

Not sure why non-special (trig) is giving a slightly different answer.  Used ACOS instead of ASIN and my distances matched the solution when I checked them (check not in final solution).  When I ran the posted solution using ACOS it matched my answer.  Trigonometry should give the same result for ASIN (length Opposite/length Hypotenuse) as ACOS (length Adjacent)/length Hypotenuse).  Let me know if someone knows differently.

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Asteroid

My solution. Both with and without spatial tools.

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Alteryx Certified Partner
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Didn't even need the bottom bit, but I did so I could do Pythagoras originally. The distance tool did all the work for me!
Asteroid

solution attached

Asteroid

Thought I was going to need to dust off the Trig functions until realized the distance tool could give the direction in terms of degrees.

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Comet

Here's my solution using the spatial tools.

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