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An airplane traveling north at 400 m/s is accelerated due east at a rate of 50 m/s2 for 6 s. If the effects
of air resistance and gravity are ignored, what is the final speed of the plane?
1. 300 m/s
2. 400 m/s
3. 500 m/s
4. 700 m/s
5. 800 m/s

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