Posted by **Gee** on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 5:42pm.

A cruise ship of seniors is moving due west with an engine speed of 60km/hr when it encounters a current from the North at 20Km/hr. What is its relative velocity due to this current? (speed and angle) What course correction does it need to continue due west? (new angle and resulting speed)

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