why does this kinematics problem seem impossible.HELP!!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If the man's mass is 70 kg, if L is 0.4 m h is 0.6 m, what is the downwards force (assumed constant) exerted by his feet during the phase A to B? State any physical law or principle you use in obtaining your answer. vi) For a man whose parameters are given in part (v), would it be possible to jump over a barrier 0.8 m high starting the jump as shown from A to B? Explain your answer. heres a link to the problem http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/firstyear/pdf%20files/1131T12008.pdf [Broken] 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I am really struggling with part vi) the answer for part v) is 1715N now i know the highest point reached is when vf=0 but I am having a hard time figuring out the time for this. All I know is that 1716=ma so a = 24.5 m/s and I need to see if this acceleration is large enough for a man of mass 70kg can reach a height h=0.8 are there to many unknowns in this problem or is it just me ?? I have tried so many different ways but I keep getting stuck. please help!!!! also part vii)During which (if any) phases of the jump described in part (vi) is the momentum of the man conserved? Explain your answer briefly. would it be none; since gravity is always acting on the system.??