﻿ Suppose this comet were to hit the earth at 4 km/h and fuse with it. by how much would it change our planet's velocity? (the mass of the
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# Suppose this comet were to hit the earth at 4 km/h and fuse with it. by how much would it change our planet's velocity? (the mass of the earth is 5.97×1024kg)

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