trigonometry( bearings and rectilinear figures), Other Engineering

a pilot entering a bay on course 60.3 degrees at speed 12 miles per hour sees a light bearing 37.3 true and 20 minutes later he sees it bearing 20.0 degrees true. if he keeps the same course and speed. when will he be to the lighthouse and how near.when will he be 11.0 miles from the lighthouse.
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