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If a 30N net force acts on a 20kg object for 5s how fast will the object be moving at the time and how far will it have traveled?

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    120

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    Could you explain? Please

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    Use \[x(t) = x _{i} + v_{i}*t + 1/2*a*t^2\]

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    \[x_{i}\] is the initial position, \[v_{i}\] is the initial velocity. Use f=m*a to find a

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    The above gives you the distance once you have a (acceleration), that's what x is. Then use v(t) = v_initial + t*a to find the velocity at time t with constant acceleration 'a'

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