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    This question gives a negative headwind component. I took that to mean a tailwind, which is apparently incorrect. In other questions a positive value is used as a headwind component. I'm starting to get confused. How are headwinds expressed in the exam?
    Last edited by marmaduke; 02-11-2014, 20:17.

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    Re: Question ID: 330602

    Yes , I know - this is the only question where they do this - I think of it as them being 'helpful' ... a -ve wind is tailwind, and in case you missed that, they tell you it is a tailwind. I know its a bit confusing, but this is a one-off!!!

    This one has been turning up in recent exams.

    Tom

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