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physics problem

fullmoondragonxfullmoondragonx Registered User Posts: 33 New Member
A plane with an air speed of 450 km/he wishes to fly directly north, but there is a wind blowing 125 km/hr in the southeast direction (45 [degrees] S of E). (a) at what angle should the plane be pointed to move in the desired direction with respect to the ground? (b) What is the resulting velocity of the plane with respect to the ground?
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