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Dillypuff

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- Homework Statement
- Hello all, this is not really homework but it's a problem I've been trying to solve. Let's say, in a hockey game, a player has a club with a mass of 100g. While running, instead of hitting the disc he hits another player, running in the opposite direction of the motion of the club. With what force does the club hit the other player? Average acceleration of the club is unknown, otherwise I'd simply apply the formula f =m*a. Im grateful for any help!

- Relevant Equations
- F =m*a

I thought it would make sense to use the formula f=m*a, but I do t know the acceleration and I don't know what is the average acceleration of a hockey club (guess it depends on strength of the player?).