1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle of mass 5m moving with speed v explodes and spilts into two pieces with masses of 2m and 3m. The lighter piece continues to move in the original direction with speed 5v relative to the heavier piece. what is the actual speed of the lighter piece? 2. Relevant equations using law of conservation of linear momentum initial moment = final moment mass (m) x Velocity (v) = mass (m) x Velocity (v) 3. The attempt at a solution using the formula... 5m (v) = 2m(v) - 3m (5v) ....) i used the minus (-) sign because the heavier piece went a different direction 5mv = 2mv -15mv 20mv = 2mv 10v = v but my answer was wrong.... PLEASE HELP EXPLAIN WHY AND WHAT IS IT IM MISSING TO DO>>> FIRST CLASS TEST IS TOMORROW!