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Carmen and Judi dock a canoe. 83.0-kg Carmen moves forward at 4.3 m/s as she leaves the canoe to step onto the dock. At what speed and in what direction do the canoe and Judi move if their combined mass is 115 kg? (Use a positive number if the canoe moves away from Judi.)

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    Those are large girls. I am not so certain it is wise for Carmen to be walking in the canoe.

    83*4.3=115*V

    I don't understand the comment in the last ( ). Judi is in the canoe, the canoe cannot move away frm her.

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