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You are walking on a moving sidewalk (moving at a speed of 2 mph).if you are walking in the same direction as the sidewalk at a speed of 4 mph what is your velocity relative to the ground what would be your velocity if you were walking in the opposite direction as the moving sidewalk

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    I'd but I think it would be 2?

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    6 with, 2 against

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