# bearings

1. ### Correcting values > 180 but < 359, by finding the reverse bearings but leaving values that are <180 but >0 the same.

Hi all, I was wondering if someone was able to correct what I a trying to do and help me please. I would like to keep the values >0 but <180 the same, but values >180 and <359 I would like it to find the reverse bearing...
2. ### Fornula for bearings greater than 180 but less than 359 and integrated with a formula less than 180 but greater than 0.

Hi sorry am new to this, I am trying to get a formula that can work out the reverse bearings 180 degree difference. Tried =if(and(o80>=180,o80<=359,o80-180)),if(and(o80<180,o80>0,o80+180)) Any help would be greatly appreciated

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