Posted by **Megan** on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 7:42pm.

A boater wants to head straight across a river that has a current of 3km/hr. If the top speed of the boat in still water is 4km/hr, find the direction the boat must travel into the current to go straight across the river. How fast is the boat going straight across the river?

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