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A hockey puck is observed to be sliding along a flat frictionless surface at a speed of 42 mm/s. There is no net force acting on the puck. Assuming it doesn't smash into anything, how FAST will the puck be going 2 h later?

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  1. Vo = 0.042 m/s.
    a = 0.
    t = 2 h = 7200 s.
    V = Vo + a*t = 0.042 + 0*7200 =

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