Posted by **...** on Friday, August 5, 2011 at 9:14am.

if a ship moving to South and wind is flowing due West(at given velocities),we can find the angle by which the ship is deviated.Does here momenta of wind and ship matters?If it had been water at same velocity instead of wind, what would have happened?....

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