1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A small airplane wants to fly from A to B which is 200 km due south. The wind is blowing towards the east at a velocity of 50 km/h. If the airplane can move through the air at 300 km/h, find the direction the plane should be heading; the speed of the airplane relative to the ground; the time it will take to reach point B. 2. Relevant equations p is plane, g is ground, w is wind Vpg = Vpw + Vwg 3. The attempt at a solution I wrote out the givens to start: V = 300 km/h d = 200 km Vwg = 50 km/h [E] Vpg = ? I do not really know where to go from here. I understand that only one vector with both direction and magnitude is given (Vwg). The velocity of the plane is only a magnitude with no direction. I was unable to draw a vector diagram because I don't know what it should look like to accurately represent the scenario.