Posted by **brandi** on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 at 8:04pm.

If a bicycle rider and her bicycle have a mass of 50kg, how much force is needed to provide an accerlation of 0.7m/s (squared)

Force on the tire /pavement:

F= m*a

I don't understand.. ;(

Multiply mass times acceleration to get the force.

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