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1. Draw a sketch (see attachment)

2. The length of the red arrow cog (=course over ground) correspond to the actual speed of the airplane. Use the cosine rule:

3. Calculate the angle between the blue arrow, describing the direction and the speed of the wind, and the red arrow. Use Sine rule or Cosine rule again:

Thus you have to add the course of the airplane an angle of (30° - 27.732°). The airplane is flying a course over ground of N32.268°E.