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## Homework Statement

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There can be more than one right answer

## Homework Equations

α=Δv/ΔX

v = v0 + αt

## The Attempt at a Solution

Im having difficulty understanding the upward acceleration vector. Because I set the +y direction as positive (up) and the +x-direction as positive (right). So I thought that if acceleration is up, it means that acceleration is positive so the velocity is increasing (just a vector that is the exact same as the Vo vector).

I attempted to add the two vectors together (hypotenuse) and say that was the answer, but it was incorrect (45° angle vector).

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