One newly discovered light particle has a mass of m and property q. Suppose it moves within the vicinity of an extremely heavy (fixed in place) particle with a property Q and mass M. When the light particle is xi distance from the heavy particle, it is moving directly away from the heavy particle with a speed of vi. a) What is the lighter particle's speed when it is xf away from the heavy particle?

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One newly discovered light particle has a mass of m and property q. Suppose it moves within the vicinity of an extremely
heavy (fixed in place) particle with a property Q and mass M. When the light particle is xi distance from the heavy particle, it is
moving directly away from the heavy particle with a speed of vi. a) What is the lighter particle's speed when it is xf away from
the heavy particle?
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One newly discovered light particle has a mass of m and property q. Suppose it moves within the vicinity of an extremely heavy (fixed in place) particle with a property Q and mass M. When the light particle is xi distance from the heavy particle, it is moving directly away from the heavy particle with a speed of vi. a) What is the lighter particle's speed when it is xf away from the heavy particle?

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