What is the net force acting on a .15 kg hockey puck accelerating at a rate of 12 m/s2
The net force is 1.8N
Given that the formula for force is Force = mass×acceleration. So you have to substitute the values into the formula :
[tex]force = mass \times acceleration[/tex]
Let mass = 0.15kg,
Let acceleration = 12m/s²,
[tex]force = 0.15 \times 12[/tex]
[tex]force = 1.8[/tex]
We want to figure out the net force acting on a 0.15 kg hockey puck that has an acceleration of 12 m/s². To solve this, we must apply Newton’s Second Law of Motion which is denoted by the formula: f = ma.
Here, f is the force, m is the mass, and a is the acceleration. Plug our given values in to find f:
f = ma
f = (0.15 kg) * (12 m/s²) = 1.8 Newtons
Thus, the answer is 1.8 N.
~ an aesthetics lover
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