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This has to be a really easy problem as I am given the m and the sec but I can not figure out what formula to use for this problem...

Please help.

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This has to be a really easy problem as I am given the m and the sec but I can not figure out what formula to use for this problem...

Please help.

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402m = 0 + 0 + 1/2(a)(6.27^2)

804m = 39.3129a

a = 804/39.3129

a = 20.45m/s/s

since one 'g' = 9.8

the driver experiences a little bit over 2 g's?

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The position of a mass m = 24 kg is given (in m) by x(t) = 7sin(5t). Calculate the magnitude of the maximum force acting on the mass.

I know that acceleration is the double prime of the formula but I don't know how to find the maximum force.

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