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In figuring out racing rules problems, sketches showing the relative positions and distances of boats and marks can be an enormous help.
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In figuring out racing rules problems, sketches showing the relative positions and distances of boats and marks can be an enormous help.
Very true. However, I made an example diagram in the Paint program, but couldn't upload it to the thread because it's a incompatible file type. Tried as a PDF and that didn't work either. Whats the best way to do it?

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Very true. However, I made an example diagram in the Paint program, but couldn't upload it to the thread because it's a incompatible file type. Tried as a PDF and that didn't work either. Whats the best way to do it?
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