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Physics, 26.05.2021 01:40, Attaullah2519

Which is true about an object being pulled behind a person? A
It moves at the same speed as the person, but it moves in a different direction.
B
It moves faster than the person, and it moves in the same direction.
С
It moves slower than the person, and it moves in a different direction.
D
It moves at the same speed, and it moves in the same direction as the person.

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