One-in-sixty rule

The one-in-sixty rule is a very useful and agile approximation to solve practical problems regarding both lateral and vertical air navigation.

The most obvious advantage of this rule is the avoidance of trigonometric functions rendering the calculations a matter of simple arithmetic procedures.

This mobile application allows the user to practice this rule-of-thumb. Also, it allows for the study of its accuracy.
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The one-in-sixty rule-of-thumb is used to solve air navigation problems (L-NAV and V-NAV). The mobile application allows the user to practice this rule and also to study its accuracy.
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Updated
October 23, 2019
Size
552k
Installs
1+
Current Version
1.0.1
Requires Android
4.4 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
tips4aviators
Developer
CP 354Z Poco Novo, 8100-255, Portugal
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