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What is the speed of a hockey puck of mass 0.15 kg if it experiences a force 60 in N for the extent of a slap shot of 0.25 m?

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    F=ma
    a=F/m
    s=v²/2a
    v=sqrt(2as) = sqrt(2Fs/m)

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