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# A boy is walking under an inclined mirror at a constant velocity V m/s along the X axis as shown in figure If the mirror is inclined at an angle q with the horizontal then what is the velocity of the image?

- V sin q i + V cos q j
- V cos q i + V sin q j
- V sin 2q i + V cos 2q j
- V cos 2q i + V sin 2q j

## The correct answer is: V cos 2q i + V sin 2q j

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