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A truck runs into a pile of sand, moving 1.6m as it slows to a stop. The magnitude of the work that the sand does on the truck is 6.0×105J.

What is its average force that the sand exerts on the truck?

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  1. Work = Force*distance so just plug and chug your numbers into that equation to find the force.

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  2. 375000N

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  3. 6.67

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