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Physics, 10.02.2021 19:10 HockeyBlockpk2857

What concept should be used to determine the answer to the following: At what distance downstream will the boat reach the opposite shore?

a.

Resolving the boat’s motion into two components: a motion directly across the river and a downstream motion.

c.

Both the boats directly horizontal displacement and velocity will add to the downstream displacement and velocity.

b.

The two parts of the motion must be considered as occurring simultaneously and for the same amount of time.

d.

All of the above.

Please select the best answer from the choices provided

A

B

C

D

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