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Posted by ad on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 4:50am.

Air is blowing with a wind speed of 35 [mi/hr] eastward relative to the ground.Find the velocity of an eagle relative to an observer on the ground if the eagle is flying at a speed of 22 [mi/hr] westward “against” the wind.

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