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Find the force necessary to stop a 900 kg jetta traveling at +25 m/s in a time of 5.0 seconds.

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asked by Mariam
  1. Impluse=changemomentum
    force*time=mass*changeinV
    force=900*25/5 N

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    posted by bobpursley

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