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A ROCKETSHIP IN FREE SPACE MOVES WITH CONSTANT ACCELERATION OF 9.8 METER PER SECOND SQUARE. IF IT STARTS FROM REST HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO ACQUIRE A SPEED ONE-TENTH THAT OF LIGHT
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