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## Homework Statement

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So here is my question: I asked you about a solution approach/solution for the following task: Two rail paths cross at an angle of 145 °. With a constant speed of 60 km/h, they just drive along their tracks, and each of them repels steam/smoke flags, which, among other things, are deflected by a wind that does not change its direction and keeps its speed. Be. Order is the determination of the direction or vector coordinates and the velocity of the wind.

See (sketch):

**https://share-your-photo.com/12ca4a26fe**

## Homework Equations

depending to the sketch:

α=36°

β=18°

## The Attempt at a Solution

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My ideas: I know that all vectors are komplanar to each other because they are all on one level (r ^ 2). Accordingly, each vector can also be represented as a linear combination of the other.

So my idea in this direction went to determine the searched vector by means of this method, but the coefficients are unknown. How to solve it by construction is unclear to me (the picture of me is supposed to be accepted as scale). The speed could sometimes be determined by the Fahrrwind = Speed trains. I have no detailed idea of a solution regarding this problem, which is why I ask for help.

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