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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Mackenzie on Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 3:35pm.

I have to design a procedure which will allow me to calculate the applied force(thrust) of a stomp rocket. We are allowed to use tools to find measurements. So far, I have calculated the height that the rocket reached (22.5) m using trig. (right angle triangle where one angle is 66 degrees and the adjacent length is 10m), the mass of the rocket (14.29g) and the mass of the person stomping on the rocket (104 pounds) I now don't know how to calculate the applied force of thhe stomp rocket used to thrust/accelerate it through the air. Help please!

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