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B (10 m/s)
C(15 m/s)
60°
30°
- X
A (5.0 m/s)
AFIGURE 3.28 Adding vectors
See Exercises 29 and 30.
For the velocity vectors shown in Fig. 3.28, determine
30.
A- B C

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B (10 m/s) C(15 m/s) 60° 30° - X A (5.0 m/s) AFIGURE 3.28 Adding vectors See Exercises 29 and 30. For the velocity vectors shown in Fig. 3.28, determine 30. A- B C

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