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While in empty space, an astronaut throws a ball at a velocity of 15 m/s. What will the velocity of the ball be after it has traveled 2 meters?

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    i don't know!!

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    u aint cool u don't know anything u GOT IT WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    It's 15

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    It's 15

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