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## 19. After a snowstorm, you put on your frictionless skis and tie a rope to the back of your friend’s truck. Your total mass is 70 kg and the

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19. After a snowstorm, you put on your frictionless skis and tie a rope to the back of your friend’s truck. Your total mass is 70 kg and the truck exerts a constant force of 20 N. How fast will you be going after 15 seconds, in m/s and MPH?

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Explanation:It is given that,

Total mass is 70 kg

The truck exerts a constant force of 20 N.

Then the net force is given by :

F = ma

a is acceleration of rider

[tex]a=\dfrac{F}{m}\\\\a=\dfrac{20}{70}\\\\a=\dfrac{2}{7}\ m/s^2[/tex]

Initial velocity of rider is 0. So, using equation of kinematics to find the final velocity as :

[tex]v=u+at\\\\v=at\\\\v=\dfrac{2}{7}\times 15\\\\v=4.28\ m/s[/tex]

Since, 1 m/s = 2.23 mph

4.28 m/s = 9.57 mph

So, the speed of the rider is 4.28 m/s or 9.57 mph.