actual absolute velocity, Mechanical Engineering

As shown in the figure, the jet transport B is flying north with a velocity vB = 600 km/h when a smaller aircraft A passes underneath the transport headed in the 60 degree direction shown. To passengers in B, however, A appears to be flying sideways and moving east. Determine the actual absolute velocity of A and the velocity of A appears to have relative to B.
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