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A T shirt launcher launches shirts at 15 m/s. If it takes 0.30 s to accelerate a 250 g shirt to launch speed, determine the force exerted on the shirt. You can assume no friction. I just need the final answer Please ! btw this is a physics question

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  1. NotTim
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    so, let's draw a diagram first and then make a variables list. then, find whic hformula we need.

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  2. sparkles
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    ok

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    are we doing the entire motion, or just when it initally leaves the cannon?

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  4. sparkles
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    |dw:1343190086331:dw|

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  5. sparkles
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    im actually not sure :S

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    |dw:1343201268249:dw|

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    \[F=ma=m\frac{\Delta v}{\Delta t}\]

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    that's all you need, just be careful about the units

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  9. NotTim
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    sigh....turingtest beat me to the punch...

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  10. TuringTest
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    I like how you were thinking out the different factors in the question though. Props on that ;)

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  11. sparkles
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    so final answer would be 12.5 ?

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  12. maheshmeghwal9
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    12.5 newtons?????????????? I mean wt unit did u take?

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  13. sparkles
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    yea 12.5 N

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  14. sparkles
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    i did F=ma

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  15. maheshmeghwal9
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    yeah u r right then:D @sparkles

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  16. sparkles
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    F=(0.25)(50) = 12.5 N

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  17. sparkles
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    okay thanks :D

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  18. maheshmeghwal9
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    welcome:D

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