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an astronaut accidentally seperated out of his small space ship accelerating in inter stellar space at a constant acceleration 120 m/s2.wht is his acceleration at the instant he is outside the space ship?








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suppose space craft has a astaunut also has same acceleration a .so astraunut wiil have acc 120 m/s2


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