Posted by **Viking** on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 7:01am.

When an F14 fighter jet takes off, its wings are 110 degrees from the line of flight. To reach its maximum speed, the wings pull to a back position that cretes an angle from the line of flight that is 22 degrees less than a straight angle. Moving at 0.5 degrees per second, how long will it take the wings to move from their takeoff position to a maximum speed position?

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