• anonymous
A brave but inadequate rugby player is being pushed straight backward by an opposing player who is exerting a force of 1000 N on him. The mass of the losing player plus equipment is 100.0 kg, and he is accelerating at 1.50 m/s2 backward. What is the magnitude of the force that the grass exerts on the losing player's feet?(Answer in Newtons)
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  • anonymous
In the previous question, what magnitude of force does the winning player exert on the ground to move straight forward if his mass plus equipment is 110 kg?(Answer in N) Note: Both players are moving with the same acceleration during the interaction.

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