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**Answer:**

Hence the distance covered by the object is 80m

**Explanation:**

You didn't say so, but we must assume that the "200 km/hr" is

the glider's air-speed, that is, speed relative to the air.

If the air itself is moving at 30 km/hr relative to the ground and

across the glider's direction, then the glider's speed relative to

the ground is

√(200² + 30²)

= √(40,000 + 900)

= √(40,900) = **202.24... km/hr** (rounded)