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a=f/m

all that i have down is the forula but there is no other variables.

--im stumped

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- Thread starter steve986
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a=f/m

all that i have down is the forula but there is no other variables.

--im stumped

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Use the constant acceleration motion equations. If you don't know them google motion equations

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is there a way i can get the solution without trying to figure them out???

how can i find the force if i dont even know the acceleration?

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imm really pissed at my science teacher right now

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wait.... i have this nifty little equation you can use to calculate the acceleration with the final velocity..... d=(vi)(t)+(1/2)(a)(t)^2 vi is the initial velocity, and that equals zero, so you can cut that out and use the d=(1/2)(a)(t)^2 and work the equation to equal a.... that is all i am gonna give you

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