# Question

The velocity of object 1 in component form is v-bar = (+2.0 m/s)x-bar + (–4.0 m/s) y-bar. Object 2 has twice the speed of object 1 but moves in the opposite direction.

(a) Determine the velocity of object 2 in component notation.

(b) What is the speed of object 2?

(a) Determine the velocity of object 2 in component notation.

(b) What is the speed of object 2?

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