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If astronaut A(90kg) and astronaut B(110kg) are linked by 9.5m of rope and the centre of mass is 5.2m from astronaut A. What is the velocity of the 2 astronauts?

If astronaut A(90kg) and astronaut B(110kg) are linked by 9.5m of r...

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If astronaut A(90kg) and astronaut B(110kg) are linked by 9.5m of rope and the centre of mass is 5.2m from astronaut A. What is the velocity of the 2 astronauts?

If astronaut A(90kg) and astronaut B(110kg) are linked by 9.5m of rope and the centre of mass is 5.2m from astronaut A. What is the velocity of the 2 astronauts?

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You can't tell from that information.
The center of mass is ALWAYS there, and it has nothing to do with how they're moving.

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