# Physical Science Semester 1 (Novel) Class

How much force is needed to accelerate a 50-kg rider and her 250-kg motorcycle at 5 m/s2?

1. 0
1. (total mass) x (acceleration)
= 300 kg x 5 m/s^2 = 1500 Newtons

(That's roughly 330 pounds, for people like me who don't have a clue what a Newton feels like)

posted by drwls

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