Posted by **Abbie** on Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at 5:53pm.

A boat crosses a river and arrives at a point on the opposite bank directly across from its starting position. The boat travels at 4 m/s and the current is 2m/s. If the river is 600 m wide in what direction must the boat steer and how long will it take to cross?

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