Posted by **Monk** on Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at 2:01pm.

A pilot is flying at 200 miles per hour (airspeed), and wants his flight path (course or actual direction) to be on a bearing of 237 degrees. A wind is blowing for the north at 40 miles per hour. Find the bearing he should fly, and find the plane's ground speed. Include a labeled drawing.

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