Posted by **Jan** on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 5:39pm.

Find the magnitude of the impulse delivered to a soccer ball when a player kicks it with a force of 1500 . Assume that the player's foot is in contact with the ball for 5.50×10−3

p= __kg*m/s

- Physics -
**drwls**, Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 1:02am
You need to include the units of force and seconds. I assume they are Newtons (N) and seconds, but you just can't leave out things like that in physics.

Anyway, force x time equals impulse.

Note that 1 N*s is the same as 1 kg*m/s, since 1 N = 1 kg m/s^2

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Physics - Find the magnitude of the impulse delivered to a soccer ball when a ...
- winterWx - A soccer player kicks a soccer ball of mass 0.45 kg that is initially...
- physics - A soccer ball with mass 0.410 kg is initially moving with speed 4.30 m...
- physics - A 0.255-kg volleyball approaches a player horizontally with a speed of...
- physics - A 0.280-kg volleyball approaches a player horizontally with a speed of...
- Physics - A 60-kg soccer player kicks a stationary 0.4 kg ball giving it a ...
- Physics - A 60 kg soccer player kicks a stationary 0.4 kg ball giving it a ...
- AP physics - A 0.278-kg volleyball approaches a player horizontally with a speed...
- Physics ~IMPULSE~ - a) A tennis racket a 450 N force on a 0.05 kg tennis ball ...
- physics - A(n) 0.364 kg soccer ball approaches a player horizontally with a ...

More Related Questions