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anonymous

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A 60.0 kg gymnast dropped from 3.00 m above the bed of a trampoline. The graph of force versus extension of the bed/spring combination is shown. What was the magnitude and direction of the impulse applied to the gymnast by the bed?

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    what math / physics topics are you studying at the moment? right now, the way to do this for me involves some calculus. is that what you are expecting or am i missing a more straightforward solution?! |dw:1444066730702:dw|

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