The speedometer of a car moving to the north reads 50 mph. At an intersection, another car crosses in front of it, traveling at 50 mph.
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The speedometer of a car moving to the north reads 50 mph. At an intersection, another car crosses in front of it,

traveling at 50 mph. Which statement is the most accurate description of the motion of the vehicles?

 a. The vehicles are moving at the same velocity.

 b. The vehicles are moving in the same direction.

 c. The vehicles are moving at different velocities.

 d. The vehicles are moving at different rates.

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