1 a long distance swimmer is able to swim through

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Unformatted text preview: t or answers the question. 1) A long-distance swimmer is able to swim through still water at 4 km/h. She wishes to try to swim from Port Angeles, WA, due north to Victoria, B.C., a distance of 50 km. An ocean current flows through the Strait of Juan de Fuca from west to east at 3 km/h. In what direction should she swim to make the crossing along a straight line between the two cities? A) 41 west of north B) 49 west of north C) 37 east of north D) 37 west of north E) 41 east of north Figure A 2) See figure A. Once in a circus in Germany, I saw a stunt in which a clown fired out of a cannon landed in a speeding toy fire engine which w...
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