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typically a bullet leaves a standard 45 caliber pistol at 262 m/s. if it takes i millisecond to transverse the barrel, determine the average acceleration experienced by the 16.2 gram bullet within the gun's barrel and then compute the average force exerted on it

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    Vfinal = sqrt(2aX)
    X = barrel length
    Solve for average acceleration, a.

    Avg. Force = M*(average acceleration)

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