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Posted by Kelly on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 11:36am.

a mouse pushes a piece of cheese with a mass of 6.4 g for a distance of 75 cm over the frictionless surface of an air hockey table. He exerts a constant 0.5 N force as he does so. If the cheese starts from rest, what is it's final velocity?

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