If you just need a rough picture, draw a line for "north", and then to approximate lines. The triangle you form will serve as a placeholder for the values and variables. Otherwise:

Get a piece of paper, a pencil (and eraser), a protractor, and a ruler.

Draw a dot for the starting point.

Draw a vertical line for "north".

Using your protractor, measure a twelve-degree angle

to the right of the vertical line.

Draw the line for this angle. Measure out sixty-two units (such as 6.2 centimeters, or 3.1 cm, etc).

Draw a dot at the end of the sixty-two units.

Draw a vertical line from this second dot, for "north".

Using your protractor, measure a 102° angle to the right of the vertical line.

Draw the line for this angle. Measure out 111 units (such as 11.1 centimeters, or just a hair over 5.5 cm, etc).

Draw a dot at the end of the 111 units.

Draw a line from this third dot back to the first dot.

Label the diagram with the appropriate angles and lengths. The Law of Sines should serve to solve this exercise.