1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A skydiver is jumping out of an airplane. During the first few seconds of one jump, the parachute is unopened, and the magnitude of the air resistance acting on the skydiver is 251N. The acceleration of the skydiver during this time is 5.96 m/s^2 [down]. Calculate the mass of the skydiver. g=9.8 m/s^2[down] air resistance=251N[up] acceleration=5.96m/s^2 [down] 2. Relevant equations Fnet=ma Fg=mg 3. The attempt at a solution I drew a diagram and have plugged in the known variables to each equation. For Fg=mg-- Fg=m(9.8m/s^2[down]) for F=ma-- Fnet=m(5.96 m/s^2[down]). for Fnet--Fnet= 251N[up] + m(9.8 m/s^2 [down]) x 5.96 m/s^2[down]. I'm stuck here, I don't know how to solve for mass from here.