9 Answered Questions for the topic Newtons

#### Passenger's Mass?

In a car crash, an airbag exerts -4000 N of force on a passenger moving at 10 m/s. The passenger comes to rest in 0.11 sec. What is the passenger's mass?
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#### Impulse = Change in Momentum

In a car crash, an air bag exerts -1000 N of force on a 46 kg passenger. The passenger comes to a rest in 0.15 sec. How fast was the passenger moving before the crash?
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Newtons Physics

12/06/15

#### Please fine the mass of the shirt hanging on the line shown below

Left side of clothes line: Ft=20N and the angle it makes with the shirt is 18 degree. Right side of clothes line: Ft=22.7N and the angle it makes with the shirt is 33 degrees. The mass of the shirt...
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#### A 35 Newton force is used to push a 12 kilogram desk a distance of 10 meters. What is the work done on the desk?

A 35 Newton force is used to push a 12 kilogram desk a distance of 10 meters. What is the work done on the desk?
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10/05/15

#### The same force will give a mass of 3M an acceleration of what?

A force of F newtons will give an object with a mass of M an acceleration of A. The same force will give a mass of 3 M an acceleration of: Multiple choice:a) 1/3 Ab) 3 Ac) Ad) 1/9 A I know the...
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10/05/15

#### The same force will give a mass of 3 M an acceleration of what?

A force of F newtons will give an object with a mass of M an acceleration of A. The same force will give a mass of 3 M an acceleration of:
Multiple choice:
a) 1/3 A
b) 3 A
c) A
d) 1/9...
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Newtons Force

04/24/15

#### What force is necessary to increase the velocity of a 50kg ball from 5m/s to 15m/s

Answer needs to be in newtons

Newtons

06/30/14

#### help with newtons in physical science

a computer weighing 45 newtons rests on a computer stand. what is the magnitude of the support force exerted by the computer stand on the computer?
a. 45 newtons
b. 0 newtons
c. 405...
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Newtons Physics

02/02/14

#### what is the formula

. Show that the water pressure at the bottom of the50-m-high water tower in Figure 5.3 is 490,000 N/m2,or is approximately 500 kPa

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