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

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
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'.
Answered Jan 05, 2012
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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.
Answered Mar 13, 2019

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