Hi, really I just want to know if I have drawn this out correctly. I have an object with a velocity going North of West. It is going against a current South. As you can see from the chart I have mapped out the degree the object is heading North of West. How would I find net velocity from this information? This is what I have drawn so far - would I be solving for the purple line or is this incorrect? If so, I would need to find the components? Vy = Vsin 0 and Vx = Vcos 0 Vy for current is on the negative y axis. So this would end up being -3.0....? We don't know the distance, but we need to find net velocity, so we can't use displacement. This is where I get stumped. Thank you for setting me on the right path!