Posted by **Autianna** on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 4:39pm.

A person looking out the window of a stationary train notices that raindrops are falling vertically down at a speed of 6.17 m/s relative to the ground. When the train moves at a constant velocity, the raindrops make an angle of 25° when they move past the window, as the drawing shows. How fast is the train moving?

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