Posted by **Sasha ** on Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 8:50pm.

A plane flies directly from city A to B, which are separated by 2300mi. From A to B, the place flies into a 65mi/hr headwind. ON the return trip from A to B, the wind velocity is unchanged. The trip from B to A takes 44 min less than the trip from A to B. What is the airspeed (assumed constant) of the plane?

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