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Rocket drive and conservation of momentum
I am currently reading through some lecture notes of Physics 1 and in a chapter about the dynamics of the mass point, there is an example covering the rocket drive. Let $v$ be the velocity of the ...
Mar 15 '12 at 10:03
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