Entering his dorm room, a student tosses his book bag to the right and upward at an angle of 45° with the horizontal (see figure). Air resistance does not affect the bag. It moves through point A immediately after it leaves the student’s hand, through point B at the top of its flight, and through point C immediately before it lands on his top bunk bed.

Rank the following horizontal and vertical velocity components from the largest to the smallest. Note that zero is larger than a negative number. If two quantities are equal, show them as equal in your list. If any quantity is equal to zero, show that fact in your list.

Question 1 options:

v

Ax

=v

Ay

=v

Bx

=v

Cx

>v

By

=0>v

Cy

{“version”:”1.1″,”math”:”v_{Ax}=v_{Ay}=v_{Bx}=v_{Cx}>v_{By}=0>v_{Cy}”}

v

Ax

=v

Ay

=v

Bx

=v

Cx

>v

By

=0=v

Cy

>0

{“version”:”1.1″,”math”:”v_{Ax}=v_{Ay}=v_{Bx}=v_{Cx}>v_{By}=0=v_{Cy}>0″}

v

Ax

=v

Ay

=v

Bx

=v

Cx

>v

By

>v

Cy

>0

{“version”:”1.1″,”math”:”v_{Ax}=v_{Ay}=v_{Bx}=v_{Cx}>v_{By}>v_{Cy}>0″}

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