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Question

Two ships depart from the same harbor. One ship tr...

Two ships depart from the same harbor. One ship travels \( 20 \) miles \( N 40 ^ { \circ } E \) and then travels \( 15 \) miles \( N 10 ^ { \circ } E \) . The other ship travels \( 30 \) miles \( N 20 ^ { \circ } E \) and then travels \( 15 \) miles South. What is the distance between the ships in their final positions? 

Answer

d=12.74 miles

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