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An airplane cruises northeast at a steady rate. Its speed can be broken down into two components:320 miles per hour due north and 40 milers per hour due north be the direction of the positive yaxis and let due east be the direction of the positive xaxis. Write parametric equations to model the location of the plane. Then graph the equations. What is the position of the plane 15 minutes after reaching cruising altitude?

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