Posted by **Stacey grahaM** on Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 5:52pm.

Suppose you would like to cross a 204 ft wide river in a boat. Assume that the boat can travel 37 mph relative to the water and the current is flowing westbat a rate of 6mph. What bearing should be chosen so that the boat will land at a point exactly across from the starting point?

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