The mass is 10,000kg it travels at 1 sec per 100 meters how will it travel in a year

nerds1
Asked Jan 17, 2010
3,153,600,000 meters. The weight is irrelevant. It's traveling 100 meters per second, so 60 seconds in minute, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day, 365 days in a year. 100x60x60x24x365=3,153,600,000
Oni_Kami
Answered Jan 17, 2010
Oni's answer is only true if the mass is traveling in a vacuum and nothing else influences it's rate of travel. And in that case, my answer to the question "How will it travel in a year" would be... 'It would travel at 100 meters/second'.
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Answered Jan 05, 2012
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sany0
Answered Feb 20, 2018
The mass is 1000kg travelling at 32m/s dashes into the rear of mass 8000kg moving in the same direction with a velocity of 4m/s after the collision bounces back with a velocity of 8m/s.
travelmilan
Answered Mar 13, 2019

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