Final Call: Saudi airlanes, flight number 207, traveling to Maldives.
Come on guys! We're already late hurry up.
GRAB THE BAGS AND RUN!!!!
Oh no! Shopping is truly our biggest distraction.
Phew, so glad we got here on time mom.
Flight Announcement: Good morning passengers, since we are flying into a headwind, the time taken to arrive will be 5 hours in a distance of 2360 miles. Thank you for your patients.
Thankgod they came here on time. My money would've gone to waste.
The 5 hour wait was worth it. BEST TRIP EVER!
After 3 weeks of fun in the Maldives, they went back home.However, the mom was having so much fun she stayed and continued partying in the Maldives.
Woah, now since we are flying with a tailwind the flight back will be quicker, 4 hours and 16 minutes in a distance of 2360 miles.
Easy peasy lemon squeezy, Simply through systems of equations. You use the general equation d=rt. Where d is your distance. T is your time. And R represents speed. Try to solve it with your friends tomorrow at school. But for now, the clue I will give you is; Travelling With headwind: d= (plane ground speed - wind speed) t. While Traveling with tailwind: d= (plane speed + wind speed) t.
Dad since you're a physics teacher, you know a lot about finding speed. So, how can we find the plane's ground speed and speed of the wind using the information we have from the given anouncements?