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The hand of the canadarm used on the space shuttle can moved up to 60cm/s without a load attached, what is the minimum time for the canadarm’s hand to move 1.20m?

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  1. 60cm = 0.6m, so
    1.2m / (0.6m/s) = 2.0s

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