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Lecture25 - junk is at location<10,6 ‐ 4> m its...

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In outer space a piece of space junk whose mass is 60 kg is subject to a constant net force <13, 9,12> N. When the space

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Unformatted text preview: junk is at location <10,6, ‐ 4> m, its speed is 0.8 m/s. When the space junk has moved to location <13,8, ‐ 2> m, what is its speed (1) 0 m/s (2) 0.36 m/s (3) 0.67 m/s (4) 0.89 m/s (5) 1.01 m/s (6) 1.28 m/s (7) 1.46 m/s (8) 1.60 m/s PRS Question Greco_Lecture_17 Page 10 Greco_Lecture_17 Page 11 Greco_Lecture_17 Page 12...
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