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This is my first post.

I am currently on an engineering apprenticeship and its mostly practical but i have been given a newtons law question which i am finding very hard.

I have attempted it but still come up stuck.

I have attached the question with the drawing.

I have answered part a.

With S= (V.T)/2

S was 100 (area under the Velocity / time Graph)

T was 20 m/s

So that gave (S)100 = V(?) x (T)20 / 2

So V = 10 m/s

Now I'm really stumped on B and C.

Any help would be Great.

And now I've found this site i hope to give alot of help back as i have nearly finished my partisanship.

Mike

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# Homework Help: Engineering Problem, Newtons Law based, Any help would be great

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