1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1) A ferry boat is crossing a river that is 8.5 x 10^2m wide. The average velocity of the water relative to the shore is 3.8 m/s [E] and the average velocity of the boat relative to the water is 4.9 m/s . a. Determine the velocity of the ferry boat relative to the shore. b. How long does the crossing take? c. Determine the displacement of the boat as it crosses from the north shore to the south shore. I'm preparing for Physics 11 during the summer by having a tutor and I seem to have a lot of difficulty understanding anything... Does anyone mind walking me through this question? 2. Relevant equations a=(Vf-Vi)/t Vf=Vi+at d=Vit+1/2a^2 3. The attempt at a solution From what I know, I am only given the velocity of the water relative to the shore (3.8 m/s [E]) and the velocity of the boat relative to the water (4.9 m/s ). Is there a acceleration variable that I missed because I have no idea how to solve this problem with just the velocities.