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IP A jogger runs with a speed of 3.10{\rm m/s} in a direction 25.0{^\circ} above the x axis. Find the x and y components of the jogger's velocity.

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    x: 3.10 cos25° = 2.809 m/s
    y: 3.10 sin25° = 1.310 m/s

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