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Posted by **Hep** on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 3:41am.

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**Elena**, Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 4:37amV=7.5 m/s

v=1.52 m/s

u=?

u(x)=V(x)+v(x)= 0-vsin42⁰= - 1.52•0.67=-1.02 m/s

u(y)=V(y)+v(y)= V+vcos42⁰=7.5+1.52•0.0.74=8.63 m/s

u=sqrt{u(x)²+ u(y)²}=8.69 m/s

tanβ = u(x)/u(y)=1.02/8.63=0.12

β =6.74⁰ (west of north)

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