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a hockey player accelerates a puck (m=.167 kg) from rest to a velocity of 50 m/s in 0.0121 sec. Determine the acceleration of the p7uck and the force applied by the hockey stick to the puck. Neglect resistance forces.

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  1. a=(v-v₀)/t=v/t
    F=ma

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