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 A cyclist reduces his speed 2018-02-27 From Katherine:Suppose the winner had reduced his average cycling rate by .1 mile per hour. By how much would his time have changed? (the cyclist's rate is 23.66 miles per hour and the answer to the question before this one was that he cycled 2,292 miles in 96.87 hours)Answered by Penny Nom. Cycling in the wind 2004-10-11 From A student:A cyclist is travelling in the direction of 12i+5j at a speed of 39 km/h where i is a unit vector due east and j is a unit vector due north. The wind appears to the cyclist to be blowing with a velocity of (-4i+j) km/h. Find, correct to 1 d.p (a) the true speed of the wind and (b) the bearing from which the wind is blowingAnswered by Penny Nom.

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