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posted by emily li .
An aircraft carrier sails northeast at a speed of 6.0 knots. Its velocity vector is v. What direction and speed would a ship with velocity vector –v have?
speed should be in knots and direction should be one of the following: northwest, northeast,southwest, and southeast.

Swest at 6jts,
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