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The equationF=d/dt(m(t)v(t)) as applied to a variable mass system is true when

 1.mass enters the variable mass system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 2.mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 3.mass enters the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system 4.mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system

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