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A 26.2-kg dog is running northward at 2.70 m/s, while a

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A 26.2-kg dog is running northward at 2.70 m/s, while a 5.30-kg cat is running eastward at 3.04 m/s. Their 74.0-kg owner has the same momentum as the two pets taken together. Find the direction and magnitude of the owners velocity.

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