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What is the resultant velocity vector when you add your swimming velocity and the current velocity? give the x and y components in meters per second separated by a comma?

Kaitlin Dean

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Karen Wright on January 23, 2019

The resultant vector is the vector that adds the the x and y components separately.Since the two components of x are 0.00 m/s and 1.00 m/s, the result of the x-component will be:0.0 m/s + 1.00 m/s = 1.00 m/s in the x direction Similarly, the and components will be: -1.00 m/s + 0.00 m/s = -1.00 m/s in-and directionSo, the resulting vector will be: (1.00 m/s, -1.00 m/s)

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