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What is the resultant velocity of a 30 m/s at angle of 45° to the horizontal?

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  1. 9m/s

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  2. horizontal component of velocity = 30 cos 45
    vertical component of velocity = 30 sin 45
    since sin 45 = cos 45 = about .707, the same

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