Posted by **Jaskiran** on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at 10:15am.

A pilot flies a plane that averages approximately 210 km/hr. The plane leaves point A at a bearing of 40 degrees and flies two hours to point B. After a brief stop the plane leaves point B at a bearing of 125 degrees and flies for another 30 minutes before landing at point C. If the pilot wishes to fly from point C back to point A, determine:

a) The distance from point C to A

b) The bearing at which the pilot will have to fly to return to point A.

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