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anonymous
 3 years ago
A man walks forward on a bus. To a stationary observer, the bus moves east at a speed of 18 m/s. If the man moves 1.5 m/s east relative to the bus, what is his velocity in the frame of reference of a stationary observer?
A. 16.5 m/s west
B. 19.5 m/s east
C. 18 m/s east
D. 16.5 m/s east
anonymous
 3 years ago
A man walks forward on a bus. To a stationary observer, the bus moves east at a speed of 18 m/s. If the man moves 1.5 m/s east relative to the bus, what is his velocity in the frame of reference of a stationary observer? A. 16.5 m/s west B. 19.5 m/s east C. 18 m/s east D. 16.5 m/s east

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