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If I have x & y coordinates to 2 points,
point 1 would serve to be the center of an imaginary circle.
point 2 could be any point in relation to point 1.
I want to know the degree of an angle that would be created with the 2 points (assuming the 1st line of the angle is straight up from point 1, the 2nd line is the line connecting point 1 with point 2)
Point 1 = 50,100
Point 2 = 52,100 or 354,100
Degree would be 90 (a perfect right angle)
I'm sure there's a mathematical formula for this but I don't know it... can anyone help?
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