Posted by **Eddie** on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 9:22pm.

While flying due east at 130 km/h, an airplane is also carried northward at 41 km/h by the wind blowing due north. What is the plane's resultant velocity? (Draw vector diagram to solve problem.)

Magnitude

km/hDirection (north of east)

72°

18°

18°

72°

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