Posted by **Ariza** on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 11:20pm.

A boat heads 15 degrees west of north with a water speed of 3m/s. Determine its velocity relative to the ground when there is a 2m/s current from 40 degrees east of north. How long does it take to cross the river which is 800 m wide? Where does the boat land on the other side?

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