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A swimmer that pushes the water back with feet and arms

1. What will happen to the movement of the swimmer as they push the water back?

2. If the swimmer exerts 5 n of force on the water how much force does the water exert back on swimmer?

Please help

  1. bobpursley

    The swimmer goes forward.

    if the swimmer is in constant motion, 5N. If the swimmer is accelerating, more than 5 N.

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