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Having trouble understanding the question, would appreciate if someone could put it into perspective.

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Having trouble understanding the question, would appreciate if someone could put it into perspective.

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Having trouble understanding the question, would appreciate if someone could put it into perspective.

Welcome to PF.

Consider the speed that the object has acquired by falling 10m.

F = m*a = m*Δv/Δt = Δmv / Δt

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F = m*a = m*Δv/Δt = Δmv / Δt

you know m,

you know v,

you know Δt ...

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I found the force to be 2800N, which i feel is correct. thanks very much for the quick reply's.

Looks right.

Good Luck.

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