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    Help with finiding velocity

    An object whose mass is 3 kg is fired from a cannon, giving it a forward momentum of 1050 kg-m sec. What is its velocity?
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    Momentum is equal to mass times velocity. So velocity is equal to momentum divided by mass.
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    so i got 350 kg-m/sec is that correct?
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    Indeed, it is correct, except that the units should be m/s, not kg m/s.
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