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Problem: The force required to maintain a constant velocity for an astronaut in free space is equal to A) the force required to stop the astronaut. B) the mass of the astronaut. C) zero. D) the weight of the astronaut. E) none of the above 

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The force required to maintain a constant velocity for an astronaut in free space is equal to 

A) the force required to stop the astronaut. 

B) the mass of the astronaut. 

C) zero. 

D) the weight of the astronaut. 

E) none of the above 

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