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Think of it as a mass of 2.4 Kg traveling at 6.67m/s, decelerating at a rate which you can derive from F=ma as it drives into the ground. Calculate the distance for the object to stop.

If you calculate the acelleration the force of the ground gives, you can ask a simpler question by working backwards a bit ; At a=2.77917 ms-2 what distance is travelled to reach 6.67 m/s

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If you calculate the acelleration the force of the ground gives, you can ask a simpler question by working backwards a bit ; At a=2.77917 ms-2 what distance is travelled to reach 6.67 m/s

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