1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A plane leaves the airport in Galisteo and flies 180 km at 67.0 degrees east of north; then it changes direction to fly 255 km at 49.0 degrees south of east, after which it makes an immediate emergency landing in a pasture. When the airport sends out a rescue crew, how far should this crew fly to go directly to this plane 3. The attempt at a solution I assume I need the angle as measured counterclockwise from the x-axis, 90deg - 67deg =23deg Ax = 180cos23 =165.69 km Ay = 180sin23 =70.33 km Bx = 255cos49 =167.295 km By = -255sin49 = -192.45 (because I have my vector pointed in the negative y direction along the positive x-axis) Ax+Bx = 332.99 km Ay+By = -122.12 km R= sqrt [(332.99^2)+(122.12^2)] R= 310 km I'm not sure where I've gone wrong. I also used Ax=180sin67 and Ay=180cos67, which give the same numbers (because they're complimentary angles?). I didn't round my numbers when I calculated everything; I put in the exact numbers when I added and took the square root. Mastering Physics says I'm wrong, but doesn't provide a hint as to why.