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A 2.40 kg firecracker explodes into two pieces and produces 170 J of heat, light, and sound energy. One of the pieces has a mass of 0.800 kg and a speed of 4.50 m/s after the explosion. If the mass of the other piece is 1.20 kg, what is its speed after the explosion?

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