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anonymous
 4 years ago
If an airplane is flying directly north at 300.0 km/h, and a crosswind is hitting the airplane at 50.0 km/h from the east, what is the airplane's resultant velocity? (Use the graphical method to answer and include your scale on the graph paper.) Give both the magnitude and the angle in your answer.
I know that the velocity is 304.1km/h. What I'm not sure how to figure out is the magnitude and angle they ask for.
anonymous
 4 years ago
If an airplane is flying directly north at 300.0 km/h, and a crosswind is hitting the airplane at 50.0 km/h from the east, what is the airplane's resultant velocity? (Use the graphical method to answer and include your scale on the graph paper.) Give both the magnitude and the angle in your answer. I know that the velocity is 304.1km/h. What I'm not sure how to figure out is the magnitude and angle they ask for.

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Ohhh, okay. I gotcha. Thanks :)
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