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Posted by rory on Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 5:11pm.

A Princeton prof. (mass = 67.0 kg), surprised by the large stopping force he calculates for jumping flat footed from a height of 0.11 m, decides to try the experiment. Calculate he deceleration (in g's) if he stops in a distance of 0.30 cm. (Do not try this. You could easily break an ankle!)

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