Finding force (using mass and time)


by sarsar101
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Nov14-08, 11:26 PM
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Is it possible to find force using only mass and time?
We did a lab in class and my group forgot to measure the distance before we started, so all I have right now is mass and time. I sent a message to a girl in another group asking if she could tell me the distance but I'm not sure if she'll respond in time.
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Nov15-08, 05:32 AM
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Welcome to Physics Forums,

Perhaps if you described your experimental set up a little more, we could help you out.


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