Canadian geese migrate essentially along a north-south direction for well over a thousand kilometers in some cases, traveling at speeds up to about 100 km/h . If one such bird is flying at 100 km/h relative to the air, but there is a 42.0 km/h wind blowing from west to east. Part A) At what angle relative to the north-south direction should this bird head so that it will be traveling directly southward relative to the ground? I got this part! 24.8 (I don't know if this is needed in the next part, so I thought I would mention it) Part B) How long will it take the bird to cover a ground distance of 600 from north to south? I tried to do it like the example in the book, using what is basically the pythagorean theorem. The bird travels at 100, wind is 42, leaving a hypotenuse. So I did 100^2 + 42^2 = C^2 = 108.4km/h Then, to get how long it takes to travel 600km I did 600/108.4 = 5.5 hours. It was incorrect. What did I do wrong?