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Reward Points: | 9 |

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Efficiency is a measure of the effectiveness of your arguments. It is the number of up votes divided by the total number of votes you have (percentage of votes that are positive). Choose your words carefully so your efficiency score will remain high. | 67% |

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notIf a rocket at rest expels... something cubic (what's that?) metres of gas at... something kilometres (how far is that?) per hour (how long is that?), using Newton's... Newton's... law that comes after the other laws, determine the acceleration applied to the rocket.

Use the formula (the what?) F... is somehow related to m and a.

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ok my youtube channel is Michael Galvez and Michael Galvez Medina

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I think thaey should because If a rocket at rest expels... something cubic (what's that?) metres of gas at... something kilometres (how far is that?) per hour (how long is that?), using Newton's... Newton's... law that comes after the other laws, determine the acceleration applied to the rocket.

Use the formula (the what?) F... is somehow related to m and a.

See what I'm getting at here?

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I think math is better because If a rocket at rest expels... something cubic (what's that?) metres of gas at... something kilometres (how far is that?) per hour (how long is that?), using Newton's... Newton's... law that comes after the other laws, determine the acceleration applied to the rocket.

Use the formula (the what?) F... is somehow related to m and a.

See what I'm getting at here?

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