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    Find the Bearing

    A boat leaves a certain port at 11:40 A.M. and moves S 60 W at 9 km/h. At noon another boat leaves the same port and travels N 30 W at 10 km/h. Find the bearing (to the nearest degree) of the second boat from the first boat at 2 P.M.
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    Re: Find the Bearing

    Hi,
    First, for those of us unaccustomed to bearings (including me), I remind everyone of the meaning of bearings:



    Now for your problem:

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    Thank You a Lot johng for the explanation. I waited for more than 10 hours, but no one answered. Then I slept, got up in the morning and when I have seen your answer, you made my Day. Fabulous Explanation. I missed that the 2 boats will make a right Triangle.

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