A snowball accelerates at 23.4 m/s? when a 2.87 N force is exerted on it. What is the mass of the snowball? (Unit = kg)
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Question
A snowball accelerates at
23.4 m/s? when a 2.87 N
force is exerted on it. What is
the mass of the snowball?
(Unit = kg)
23.4 m/s? when a 2.87 N
force is exerted on it. What is
the mass of the snowball?
(Unit = kg)
2 Answer

1. User Answers bayaankoolinaasir
Answer:
0. 1226495726kg
Explanation:
Force is the product of mass and acceleration.
Mathematically,
Force(F) = mass (m)×acceleration(a)
Substituting the values into the equation
2. 87=m×23. 4
2. 87=m (23. 4)
2. 87/23. 4=m (23. 4)/23. 4
2. 87/23. 4=m
0. 1226495726=m

2. User Answers kkcoolbruh
Answer:
Answer:
0. 1226495726kg
Explanation:
Force is the product of mass and acceleration.
Mathematically,
Force(F) = mass (m)×acceleration(a)
Substituting the values into the equation
2. 87=m×23. 4
2. 87=m (23. 4)
2. 87/23. 4=m (23. 4)/23. 4
2. 87/23. 4=m
0. 1226495726=m
Explanation: