A 5.4-kg fish swimming 1.0m/s swallows an absentminded 1.0-kg fish swimming toward it at a speed that brings both fish to a halt immediately after lunch. 

Find the speed of the approaching smaller fish before lunch. Express you answer to two signinficant figures and include the appropriate units. 

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