Saturday
September 20, 2014

Homework Help: physics

Posted by brian on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 6:24pm.

A 49-kg bungee jumper has fallen far enough that her bungee cord is beginning to stretch and resist her downward motion. Find the force (magnitude and direction) exerted on her by the bungee cord at an instant when her downward acceleration has a magnitude of 7.3 m/s2. Ignore the effects of air resistance. Take the upward direction as positive.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

physics - A 65-kg bungee jumper has fallen far enough that her bungee cord is ...
Physics - A 63-kg bungee jumper has fallen far enough that her bungee cord is ...
Physics - A 63-kg bungee jumper has fallen far enough that her bungee cord is ...
physics - A bungee jumper falls for 1.3 seconds before the bungee cord begins ...
AP Physics B - A 63.6-kg bungee jumper is standing on a tall platform (h0 = 50.6...
Physics - A 63.0-kg bungee jumper is standing on a tall platform (h0 = 45.8 m). ...
Physics - A 63.0-kg bungee jumper is standing on a tall platform (h0 = 45.8 m). ...
Physics - A bungee jumper (m = 66.00 kg) tied to a 39.00 m cord, leaps off a 69....
Physics - A bungee jumper (m = 66.00 kg) tied to a 39.00 m cord, leaps off a 69....
PHYS - A bungee jumper (m = 61.00 kg) tied to a 45.00 m cord, leaps off a 75.00 ...

Search
Members