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Posted by john on Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 5:50pm.

thank you so much help with the problem. i have trouble solving part b of the problem you helped me with. it told me to give it as a percentage, I got 10% but it is wrong. can you please help me
Superman must stop a 190-km/h train in 180m to keep it from hitting a stalled car on the tracks.

part a)If the train's mass is 3.810^5kg , how much force must he exert (find the magnitude)?

part b)Compare to the weight of the train (give as %).

partc) How much force(in magnitude) does the train exert on Superman?



college physics - Elena, Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 5:09pm
(a) v=190 km/h =52.8 m/s,
a =v^2/2s =(52.8)^2/2180 = 7.74 m/s^2,
F = ma = 3.810^57.74 = 2.9410^6 N.
(b) Weight = mg = 3.810^59.8= 3.7610^6 N.
(c) F12 = -F21 = >
F = 2.9410^6 N.

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