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Azimuth of the Sun, Continued Look  at  the  left-hand  column  of  the  stip  form  below.  Notice  that  you’ll  find values  for  Dec.  Inc/Z  Diff,  Lat  Inc/Z  Diff,  and  LHA  Inc/Z  Diff.  This  is where  we  enter  the  leftover  values  from  our  whole  degrees  of  DR  Lat, Declination,  and  LHA.  To  do  this,  we  must  convert  our  leftover  values  into tenths  of  degrees  by  dividing  each  by  60  and  rounding  to  the  closest  tenth  of a  degree.  Finding  Z  Diff  is  a  matter  of  inspecting  Pub  229  (see  figs.  9-3 and  9-4)  in  the  following  manner: For Dec Inc/Z Diff note the values for the whole degree of dec that you entered the table with and the next high dec, then find the difference. Here are the values for our example problem: Dec 19° Z = 129.1 Dec 20° Z = 129.8. The difference between the values is 0.7. Since the value is increasing between 19° and 20°, we assign it a positive value (+). Repeat the same procedure for finding Z Diff for Latitude and LHA. In other words, compare lat. 33° and lat 34°. Then compare LHA 51° and 52°. OPNAV 3130/ Azimuth by 229 ACTION Completed Strip Form Tab Z Enter  Pub  229  with  entering  arguments  of Lat  33°,  LHA  51°,  and  Dee  19°.  Make sure  that  you  enter  on  the  portion  of  the page  that  indicates  LATITUDE CONTRARY  TO  DECLINATION. Follow  19°  of  Dee  across  the  page  to  where it  falls  under  the  33°  Latitude  column  and record  the  value  for  Tab  Z. Dec.  Inc  (left)  =  31.6'  +  60  which  =  .53 rounded  to  0.5.  Compares  Z’s  for  Z  Diff. Multiply  Dee  Inc  by  Z  Diff. Lat  Inc  (left)  =  37.0'  +  60  which  =  .62 rounded  to  0.6.  Compares  Z’s  for  Z  Diff. Multiply  Lat  Inc  by  Z  Diff. LHA  Inc  (left)  =  53.4'  +  60  which  =  .89 rounded  to  0.9.  Compares  Z’s  for  Z  Diff. Multiply  LHA  Inc  by  2  Diff. Drop  the  Dec  Corr  Down. Drop  the  Lat  Corr  Down. Add  the  LHA,  Dec,  and  Lat  Corr. 129.1 Dec  Inc/Z  Diff Dec Corr Lat  Inc/Z  Diff Lat Corr LHA  Inc/Z  Diff LHA Corr Dec Corr Lat Corr Total  corr 0.5 / + 0.7 + 0.35 0.6 / + 0.3 + 0.18 0.9 / - 0.7 - 0.63 + 0.35 + 0.18 - 0.10 We  have  now  accounted  for  our  leftover  values  and  now  can  find  the  Exact  Z. 9-7

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