# physics

In the simulation above the motion continues for 3 seconds. If the object travels a distance of 21.3 m in that time determine:
(a) the acceleration of the object during the 3 second period,
(b) the maximum speed of the object during the 3 second period.
(c) If the mass of the object is 1.50 kg, force 1 is 6 N and force 2 is 2 N, what is force 3 set to?

(a)

4.73 m/s2
(b)

14.2 m/s

what is c?

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1. I have no idea what "the simulation above" is.

Force (c) is whatever makes the resultant force equal to m*a.

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