One boat travelled at 10km/h on a course of 280 degrees. The other boat travelled at 13km/h on a course of 165 degrees. How far part were the boats after 2 h? please expain in detail
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Boat A travels at 10km/hr on a course of 280 degrees (this is `10^@` north of due west.)
Boat B travels at 13 km/hr on a course of 165 degrees (this is `15^@` east of south.)
After 2 hours boat A has...
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