1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 45.0-kg woman stands up in a 60.0-kg canoe of length 5.00 m. She walks from a point 1.00 m from one end to a point 1.00 m from the other end. If you ignore resistance to motion of the canoe in the water, how far does the canoe move during this process? 2. Relevant equations center of mass = (m)(x_1) + (M)(x_2) / (m + M) m = mass of woman M = mass of boat 3. The attempt at a solution Momentum is conserved right? Because there's no horizontal force. I set my y coordinate where the woman started walking. I plugged in: center of mass: .9m (I'm not sure about this. I used the woman's weight + boat's weight versus the weight of the boat at another end.) x_1 = 3m m = 45kg M = 60kg x_2 = What I'm trying to find.... What else am I missing?