A Boat Heads Directly Eastward Across A River At 12 Meters Per Second. If The Current In The River Is Flowing At 5.0 Meters Per Second Due South, What Is The Magnitude Of The Boat's Resultant Velocity?


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Jai Khullar answered
It's resultant velocity is given by the formula
v= underoot of square of X velocity + square of Y velocity
=underoot144 + 25

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