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[SOLVED] vector (1,0) km is displacement due east, and the vector (0,1) km is displacement due north.

karush

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Jan 31, 2012
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there are 5 more questions on this which are more complicated but want to get this (a) first. assume by speed they mean magnitude of the vector.

Toyundai speed is \(\displaystyle 30 \frac{km}{h} \)

Chryssalt speed is \(\displaystyle \approx 39 \frac{km}{h}\)
 

tkhunny

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MHB Math Helper
Jan 27, 2012
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The arithmetic looks fine, but the question doesn't. Why do vehicles working north-south have east-west velocity components?