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If you are in a smooth riding bus that is going 50 km/hr and you flip a coin vertically, what is the horizontal velocity of the coin in midair relative to the ground?

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    If you're in a smooth-riding bus that is going at 50 km/h and you flip a coin vertically, what is the horizontal velocity of the coin in midair?

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