# Answer on Mechanics | Relativity Question for DEVENDRA SINGH

Question #61698

A fisherman in a boat catches a huge fish with a rod and starts to pull it in. The fish

struggles for a while and then becomes still when it is at a distance of 200 m from the

boat. During this operation, the boat (initially at rest) moves 25 m in the direction of the

fish. If the mass of the boat is 5000 kg, calculate the mass of the fish. Assume that water

exerts no friction

struggles for a while and then becomes still when it is at a distance of 200 m from the

boat. During this operation, the boat (initially at rest) moves 25 m in the direction of the

fish. If the mass of the boat is 5000 kg, calculate the mass of the fish. Assume that water

exerts no friction

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