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A novice pilot sets a plane's controls, thinking the plane will fly at 2.50 * 10*2 km/h to the north. If the wind blows at 75 km/h toward the southeast, what is the plane's resultant velocity? Use graphical techniques
please show me how to solve this.
the answer i need to come to is 204 km/h at 75degrees North of East
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