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meteoroid is speeding through the atmosphere, traveling east at 17.0 km/s while descending at a rate of 11.7 km/s. What is its speed, in km/s?

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v=√(v⒳² +v⒴²) =
=√(17²+11.7²) =20.64 km/s

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