1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A bush baby a small african primate with a mass of 200 grams is capable of leaping vertically to the remarkable height of 2.3m. To jump this high the bush baby accelerates over a distance of 0.16m while rapidly extending its legs . The accelertion during the time the bush baby is pushing off is approximately constant . How much force does the bush baby exert on the ground while it is pushing off ? 2. Relevant equations KE max = GPE max 1/2m^2=Max Gpe impulse = Favrg*t 3. The attempt at a solution well i know that this problem can be solved by using the potential energy and kinetic energy. But our professor assigned this problem while we did not get to this yet. So is there another way to solve this problem let say by using 1st 2nd or 3rd newtons forces laws and kinematics ?