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Physics, 03.12.2019 01:10 MileenaKitana

A150kg motorcycle starts from rest and accelerates at a constant rate along a distance of 350m. the applied force is 250n and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.03.


a - find the net force applied to the motorcycle.

b - find the acceleration of the motorcycle.

c - what is its speed at the end of 350m?

d - find the elapsed time of this acceleration.


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