F. More Intersection Types
1. Other types
Almost all other types of intersections are variations of distancedistance, directiondistance, and directiondirection.
a. Angledistance
An angledistance intersection, Figure F1, is similar to directiondistance. The only difference is that angledistance uses an angle and its turn direction from the base line. Otherwise, the solution process is the same.
Figure F1 
The angle turn direction (right/left, clockwise/counterclockwise) must be provided to prevent an ambiguity. Figure F2 shows four different intersection points (two to the left, two to the right) depending on the direction of the angle at point J.
Figure F2 
b. Angleangle
An angleangle intersection, Figure F3, is similar to a directiondirection intersection. Instead of directions to the intersection point, angles at both ends of the base line are included. Directions can be computed from these angles. The solution process is the same as a directiondirection intersection.
Figure F3 
As with the angledistance intersection, turn directions for each angle must be included. If turn directions are not included, there are four possible scenatoris, only two if which will result in an intersection, Figure F4.

Angle J: () Angle K: (+)


Angle J: (+) Angle K: () 

Angle J: (+) Angle K: (+) No intersection 

Angle J: () Angle K: () No intersection 
Figure F4 
c. Arcarc
An arcarc (circlecircle) intersection, Figure F5, is the same as is a distancedistance intersection. The radius point of each arc defines the base line and their respective radii are the two distances. As with a distancedistance intersection, there are two possible points and they would be solved for the same way.
Figure F5 
d. Directionarc
Figure F6, is an directionarc (directioncircle) intersection which is the same as a directiondistance intersection. A line at a specific direction starts at one end of the base line and intesects an arc centered on the other end.
Figure F6 
As in the angledistance intersection, the angle turn direction must be defined otherwise we have the same situation as shown in Figure F2. The solution process is the otherwise same as the distancedirection method.
e. Anglearc
A line at a specific angle at one end of the base line intersects an arc centered on the other end of the base line. This is the same as the angledistance intersection and like that type, the angle turn direction must be specified otherwise the ambiguous situation in Figure F7 will result.
Figure F7 