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Because of the wind, a boat sails 4 728 meters in the directions S 47 degrees 29 minutes W. How far south has it gone? How far west has it gone?

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    Starting from (0,0), sailing a distance d at S θ W, the boat ends up at

    (-d sinθ,-d cosθ)

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