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An ocean liner is headed due north with a speed of 8.5 meters per second relative to the water. A small boat is heading 45 degrees east of north with...

An ocean liner is headed due north with a speed of 8.5 meters per second relative to the water. A small boat is heading 45 degrees east of north with a speed of 1.0 meters per second relative to the water. Find the relative velocity (magnitude and direction) of the sailboat as observed by the passengers on the ocean liner. Determine the directional angle relative to due north?

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