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how much force is needed to accelerate a 66 kg skier at 2 m/sec

Guest Oct 18, 2017

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You are not given acceleration    m/s is a velocity NOT an acceleration.

So perhaps the acceleration is 0 in which case the net force is 0 etc etc etc.

Melody  Oct 18, 2017
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Here is the formula that I learned for this type of equation: \(F=M x A\) Force=Mass x Acceleration.

 

To solve this just multiply Mass (66kg) by Acceleration (2m/s) which equals 132 Newtons (N).

 

cool  <--- You

Mr.Owl  Oct 18, 2017
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You are not given acceleration    m/s is a velocity NOT an acceleration.

So perhaps the acceleration is 0 in which case the net force is 0 etc etc etc.

Melody  Oct 18, 2017

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