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A rocket moves with a velocity of 0.92 $c$ to the right with respect to a stationary observer $A$ . An observer $B$ moving relative to observer $A$ finds that the rocket is moving with a velocity of 0.95$c$ to the left. What is the velocity of observer $B$ relative to observer $A$ ? (Hint: Consider observer $B^{\prime}s$ velocity in the frame of reference of the rocket.)

$+0.998 c$

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