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Mrszbieberxo Group Title

HELP PLEASEEEE! F = 27.2 x m / t is the formula F is the force M is the mass T is the time in seconds Solve For F=27.2 x m/ t Use your new formula to find the mass of the automobile in kg for each value of force and time given in the table below. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. this is the chart that was given below. Force (Newtons) Mass (kg) Time (sec) 11000 8 9520 10 12000 7 11500 9

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  1. avery23 Group Title
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    Is it m/t or is it (27.2*m)/t?

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  2. Mrszbieberxo Group Title
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    It's 27 * m / t

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  3. avery23 Group Title
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    So in order to do this you need to solve that equation for m. And then just plug in all your information to find m. Does this help?

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  4. Mrszbieberxo Group Title
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    Well that's what i'm confused about.. I am not sure how to solve the actual equation.

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    @Mrszbieberxo may i help you?

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    First I would divide the 27.2 to both sides and then multiply the t to both sides to get (F*t)/27.2=m. Does that make sense?

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    I'll take all the help possible!

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    \[F=\frac{27.2m}{t}\] \[27.2m=Ft\] \[m=\frac{Ft}{27.2}\]

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    ok @Mrszbieberxo

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  10. Mrszbieberxo Group Title
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    For the first answer in the chart I got 3235 as my answer. Am I doing it right so far?

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    Yes, that is correct!

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  12. Mrszbieberxo Group Title
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    Okay, thank you so much.

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    No problem!

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