I'm stuck on how to start this one problem. I am told the following: "A man walks at 5 km/h in the direction of a 20-km/h wind. Raindrops fall vertically at 6.6 km/h in still air. Determine the direction in which the drops appear to fall with respect to the man, measured clockwise from the direction of the wind." I know that for velocity comparisons, v_b = v_a + v_(b/a), but I don't know how to apply this logic for three different velocities in two different directions. Can someone please help me?

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