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If you're in an Airbus 320 cruising at 600 mph, with a 150 mph crosswind, chances are you won't have a strong WiFi signal. Learn vector kinematics now, before you fly.

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Snow is falling vertically at a constant speed of \( 8.0 \text{ m/s.} \) At what angle from the vertical do the snowflakes appear to be falling as viewed by the driver of a car traveling on a straight, level road with a speed of \( 50 \text{ km/h?} \)

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Particle \( A \) moves at a speed of \( 60 \text{ km/h} \) in a direction that makes a \( 30 ^{\circ} \) angle with the \( x \text{-axis} ,\) and particle \( B \) moves at \( 100 \text{ km/h} \) in the direction of the \( x \text{-axis}. \) Determine the approximate relative velocity of particle \( B \) with respect to particle \( A. \)

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