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Homework Help: Calculus/Vectors

Posted by Anonymous on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 4:07pm.

An airplane heads due south with an air speed of 480km/h. Measurements made from the ground indicate that the plane's ground speed is 528km/h at 15 degrees east of south. Calculate the wind speed.

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