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Posted by Claudia on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 11:15am.

A 1000kg rocket is moving forward at 10m/s in space. A 10,000N force is applied to the rocket for one second from behind. How fast is the rocket now traveling?

a. 0m/s
b. 10m/s
c. 15m/s
d. 20m/s

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