8 m/s^2 F = m*a 1.6 N = 0.2 kg * a 1.6 N / 0.2 kg = a 8 m/s^2 =a
your Fnet forces the pogo stick down on the spring because Fnet=ma Mass and acceleration, your acceleration is that of gravity (9.8m/s/s) so you can force the spring down farther than if you were to just stand on it, once your velocity reaches zero however, you exhert no net force on the spring since your acceleration is 0 and anything times 0 equals... 0. so the spring can then force you back up
As long as the stick remains in contact with the puck and the force on it continues,F = m AA = F/m = (40 / 0.5) = 80 m/sec2
Newton's First Law: The hockey puck glides in a straight line unless acted upon by an outside force, such as a hockey stick.Newton's Second Law: The acceleration of the puck when hit by a hockey stick is directly proportional to the force, and inversely proportional to its mass. The harder the puck is hit, the faster its acceleration. a = F/mNewton's Third Law: When the puck is hit by a hockey stick, it exerts an equal but opposite force on the hockey stick. If the hockey stick hits the puck to the right, the puck will push back against the hockey stick to the left.
Since Force=mass x acceleration (and acceleration=velocity/time), hence force= 0.2 x(6/2)=0.2 x 3=0.6N
If the stick is just sitting there, it doesn't exert any force at all. If you're swinging the stick, the shape of the stick won't matter much; the force will be determined by the speed and mass of the stick. If you are poking with the stick, then the FORCE will be the same whether it is blunt or pointed - but a pointed stick will concentrate the force into a smaller AREA, so the force per area will be a lot higher with a sharp stick than with a blunt one.
because of static electricity
F = m AA = F / m = 40/0.5 = 80 m/s2
No, it does not.
that depends on the force exerted by the stick on the puck. they are directly related, in other words F(puck to stick)=F(stick to puck)
Force equals mass times acceleration. Since the puck's velocity increased by 6 meters per second in 2 seconds its acceleration is 3 meters per second squared (6/2). Its mass is 0.2 kg. Therefore force = 0.2 * 3 Force = 0.6 newtons
Cinco teros are the five basic strikes of Filipino stick fighting.
press left analog stick and right analog stick
when you stick a float in the water
The rating for a hockey stick's breaking point is 2,000 pounds per square inch. If it is an older stick, the needed force would be significantly reduced.
A beater is someone who or something which beats something else, such as a stick beats a drum or a person who strikes another.
Ofcourse it is.
they have air pads in their feet helps them stick on to the wall using vacuum and suction force.
If you were think that it takes all your force to break you composite hockey stick think again. It actually depends how much the stick have has been flexed foe example if you stick has been flexed about 100 times you can get a really hard pass and the stick will break.
All the three Newtons laws of motion is applicable in the game of hockey. The ball stays where it is unless it is hit and given a force. The acceleration in the ball is proportional to the force given to it through the stick by the player. The ball when rebounds on the goal post is as per the third law of motion. As the stick, the ball and the post are rigid materials there is not much loss due to absorption.
In Ps3 press R1 and Analaogue stick .grapple only ..no strikes (square)