a) 0° 30′
b) 89° 30′
c) 90° 30′
d) 269° 30′
Ans: c

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The question and the answer are both wrong. True Bearing is always less than 90 deg. and shall have prefix N or S and suffix E or W.
Azimuth is the angle measured clockwise from the N-S meridian.
So if Azimuth of a line is 269 deg, its bearing will be S 89deg W.

The question and the answer are both wrong. True Bearing is always less than 90 deg. and shall have prefix N or S and suffix E or W.

Azimuth is the angle measured clockwise from the N-S meridian.

So if Azimuth of a line is 269 deg, its bearing will be S 89deg W.

Absolutely right.

The correct answers is

269°30′-180°=89°30′