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A plane flies on a bearing of 120 degrees at a constant speed of 550 km/h. If the velocity of the wind is 50 km/h on a bearing 220 degrees, what is the velocity of the plane with respect to the ground? Textbook Answer: 543.5 km/h
asked by Anonymous on February 20, 2008 
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A plane starts from point P and flies 240km on a bearing of 120 degrees to Q. At Q the plane makes a 90 degree turn and flies 100km on a bearing of 210 degrees to R. At R the plane again changes directions and flies back to P.
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In still air a plane has air speed 300km/h and flies on a bearing of 110 degrees. If the wind is blowing at a speed of 100km/h from a bearing of 60 degrees, find the actual velocity of the plane.
asked by Bafhenyi on August 19, 2012 
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a plane starts from a point P and flies 240km on a bearing of 120degrees to Q. At Q the plane makes a 90degree turn and flies back 100km on a bearing of 210degrees to R. At R the plane again changes direction and flies back to P.
asked by YaYeet on October 31, 2018 
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A pilot flies a plane that averages approximately 210 km/hr. The plane leaves point A at a bearing of 40 degrees and flies two hours to point B. After a brief stop the plane leaves point B at a bearing of 125 degrees and flies for
asked by Jaskiran on January 29, 2012 
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A plane flies 1.3 hr at 100mph on a bearing of N40degreesE. It then turns and flies 1.5hr at the same speed on a bearing of S50degreesE. How far is the plane from its starting point?
asked by SK on November 28, 2010 
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Please check. I did these problems by drawing a graph ... So it would be great if you do it that way too if you need to correct me. I know this is overwhelming but please take your time... It is easier for me to post all of these
asked by Anonymous on December 14, 2013 
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I know I posted this before,but I did not learn it your way .....instead I drew a picture and use the law of cosines....is there a way you can show me the work using law of cosines?? A plane flies 30 mi on a bearing of 200 degrees
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