physics
posted by Shonna .
A 19 kg child is riding a 6.9 kg bike with a
velocity of 5.2 m/s to the northwest.
a)What is the total momentum of the child
and the bike together?

(19 + 6.9)*5.2 = ___ kg m/s
That is the magnitude. The direction is northwest.
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