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Think about 29.3 victoria is standing on a boat, during a perfectly calm day. initially, both victoria and the boat are not moving. then victoria walks from one end of the boat to the other. take the initial time to be before she walks and the final time at some point while she is still walking. (a) draw a momentum chart for this situation. does the boat move, and if so, in which direction

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