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yesmale4

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- Homework Statement
- Shown below is a graph of the x-component of the force as a function of time FYP, x(t) that you exert on a particle of mass 18 kg.

FYP, x(t) = 0 at t = 18.095 s.

The particle starts at t = 10 s with an initial x-component of its velocity of 6.420 m/s and moves under the influence of only the force shown in the graph.

What is the x-component of the impulse that you give to the particle from t = 10.00 s until t = 33.00 s.

- Relevant Equations
- J=F*(t-t0)

area of triangle

area of rectangle

hello i would like to get some help with this problem.

At first it try to calculate the impulse by the area but i found it too difficult

Then i try to solve it by the forumla J= F(t-t0), but the problem is that i don't know what F is so i try to solve it like this

F10) = 8

F(33) = -13

so

EF = 8+-13 = -5

T = 33 -10 = 23

F = 23 * -5 = -115

and it wrong so i would like to know what I am supposed to do here