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Explosive bolts separate a 840-kg communications satellite from its 560-kg booster rocket. If the impulse of the explosion is 385 N/s, at what relative speed do the satellite and booster separate?
vrel = m/s

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The relative speed of the satellite and booster separates are found.

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