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A train with a mass 5x10^5 kg is moving with a speed 80km/hr. If the train stops in 2min...1)What is the acceleration of the train? 2) What is the braking force applied to the train?

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Henry
1. Vo = 80km/h = 80000m/3600s=22.2 m/s.
V = Vo + a*t.
a=(VVo)/t = (022.2)/120s=0.185 m/s^2.
2. F = m*a = 5*10^5 * (0.185)=92500 N.
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