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ny_aish

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m=22g

is a=0 ? since its constant

v = 730 m/s

t=2.55 * 10^-3

I thought this is F=ma.

But its wrong! I believe im doing this wrong, any suggestions???

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ny_aish

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m=22g

is a=0 ? since its constant

v = 730 m/s

t=2.55 * 10^-3

I thought this is F=ma.

But its wrong! I believe im doing this wrong, any suggestions???

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rock.freak667

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Can you find one equation that incorporates all of these terms?

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ny_aish

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hmmmmmm....let me give it a shot

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ny_aish

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my method was right but I needed to convert Grams to Kg, Thanks though!

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rock.freak667

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my method was right but I needed to convert Grams to Kg, Thanks though!

Yes but acceleration was not zero, had it been zero, then the resultant force would be zero as well.

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ny_aish

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yesssss!!!! thats right tooo, for Acceleration i used Delta V/Delta T. Thanks :)

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