# Which is traveling faster a car whose velocity vector is 30i + 35j, or a car whose velocity vector is 40i, assuming that the units are the same for both directions?]

Which is traveling faster a car whose velocity vector is 30i + 35j, or a car whose velocity vector is 40i, assuming that the units are the same for both directions?
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Jazmin Cameron
Car1 : velocity, $v=30i+35j$
magnitude $|v|=\sqrt{{30}^{2}+{35}^{2}}=46.0977$
Car 2 ; velocity = 40i
Mangintude |v| = 40
So, car1 with velcoity 30i +35j is faster
It is travelling at a speed of 46.0977