ector addition is used when motion involves A. more than one direction. B. more than one velocity. C. more than one speed. D. all of the above
Vector addition is used when motion involves all of the above (more than one direction, more than one velocity and more than one speed).
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Vector addition is used when motion involves all of the above (more than one direction, more than one velocity and more than one speed).

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