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please help. thanks:)

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    http://screencast.com/t/v4agnO7Pf

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    @ParthKohli @ilikephysics2 @Hero @hartnn

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    f=ma f=m(v/t) 60=30(v/0.50)

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    a= v-u/t

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    you r right a=change in vel per time

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    f=m((v-u)/t)

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    ok

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    wt answer did u get

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    i did not solve it

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    u=3 met/sec

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    yh tell me the answer

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    2m/s

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    cn u show the working

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    f=-60 as it is retarding force f/m=(v-u)/t -60/30=(v-3)/0.50 -2*0.50=v-3 -1+3=v v=2m/s

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    thanks alot :)

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    welcome

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