A fisherman rows his boat across a river at a constant velocity of 1.2 m/s. There is a current moving down river at 0.24 m/s. If the river is 300 m across, how long does it take the fisherman to row across? How far down the river does the fisherman end up from his point of departure? I'm a bit too far off with this question, I get that he ends up 59.9 m down the river, but the given answer is apparently 50 m. I haven't looked for the time yet, but thats not difficult after I find the distances. Please include steps.