## The component of velocity oriented to the east refers to the part of the overall velocity that is in the eastward direction. Similarly, the component of velocity oriented to the north refers to the part of the overall velocity that is in the northward direction.

To find these components, we can use trigonometry and the given information.

In this case, we have a 60 km/h wind blowing in a direction 30 degrees north of east.

To find the component of velocity oriented to the east, we can use the cosine function. We know that the magnitude of the wind velocity is 60 km/h and the angle is 30 degrees. The formula to calculate the component of velocity in a specific direction is:

Component = Magnitude * cos(angle)

So, the component of velocity oriented to the east is:

Component east = 60 km/h * cos(30 degrees)

To find the component of velocity oriented to the north, we can use the sine function. Again, we know the magnitude of the wind velocity and the angle. The formula is:

Component = Magnitude * sin(angle)

So, the component of velocity oriented to the north is:

Component north = 60 km/h * sin(30 degrees)

By plugging in the values and calculating these expressions, we can determine the specific values for the components.