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enigmaticbacon

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- I have the EMA of the average capybara, and I'm trying to figure out the maximum force one can exert given that EMA.

Hello again!

I've found the capybara's EMA to be 0.71. Their mass to be 55kg. And their average speed to be ~3.0km/h.

I want to figure out how many capybaras it would take to overcome Friction * Normal force of ~125,000N. How would I go about doing that?

https://www.quora.com/How-many-capy...wheeled-chariot-across-the-Bolivian-altiplano

The answer of a Quora question states:

EMA of a capybara is around 0.7. That would give us a force output of around 700N.

But I have no idea how they converted from EMA to a force output in Newtons. Can anyone help me?

I've found the capybara's EMA to be 0.71. Their mass to be 55kg. And their average speed to be ~3.0km/h.

I want to figure out how many capybaras it would take to overcome Friction * Normal force of ~125,000N. How would I go about doing that?

https://www.quora.com/How-many-capy...wheeled-chariot-across-the-Bolivian-altiplano

The answer of a Quora question states:

EMA of a capybara is around 0.7. That would give us a force output of around 700N.

But I have no idea how they converted from EMA to a force output in Newtons. Can anyone help me?