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    A man who can row in still water at 5 mph heads directly across a river flowing at 6 mph. At what angle to the line on which he is heading does he drift downstream (nearest degree)? 40° 50° 60° At what speed does he drift downstream? 6 mph 8 mph 10 mph

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      @satellite73 can you help me?

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