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jamiebean

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- Homework Statement
- attached below:

- Relevant Equations
- final velocity=initial velocity + acceleration x time

I first calculated initial velocity:

√7.09^2+1.07^2=7.17028

acceleration=√7.22^2+2.47^2= 7.63

then i substituted all values into this equation:

final velocity=initial velocity + acceleration x time

so, final velocity=82.0285

so the magnitude=

final velocity-initial velocity= 74.858271

is this correct?? thank you!